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Canada plans to reassure China on meat security system
4th July 2019

 Canada is planning to reassure China about the security of its meat export system after China suspended its exports of pork products, Canadian Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau told reporters on Wednesday.

 
"We proposed a plan with additional measures for the (meat) export system in a way to tighten it and raise awareness so they reopen the market as soon as possible," Bibeau said after a round-table meeting with meat industry officials.
 
China has temporarily banned all imports of Canadian pork products after customs authorities found ractopamine residues in a batch of pork products from Canada.
 
The following investigation revealed that the official veterinary health certificates attached to the batch of pork exported to China were counterfeit and the number of those forgery certificates was up to 188.
 
The Canadian side believes that this incident is criminal offence, according to the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa.
 
She said there was no deadline to resolving the meat issue.
 
A statement released Wednesday by the ministry said it is "working closely with "farmers, industry, provinces and exporters to restore market access to China as quickly as possible."
 
"The Government of Canada recognizes the importance of Canada's pork and beef industries, with C$6.5 billion (US$5 billion) worth of pork and beef being exported in 2018 alone," the ministry said on its official website.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 4, 2019
China's consumption growth to hit 8.2% in H1: MOC
3rd July 2019

 China's consumption growth is expected to reach 8.2 percent in the first half of the year, remaining at medium-high speed, a commerce official said Tuesday.

 
The country's consumption market has maintained overall stability so far this year, with the total retail sales of consumer goods up 8.1 percent year on year in the January-May period, Wang Bin, deputy director of the Department of Market Operation and Consumption Promotion of the Ministry Of Commerce, said at a news conference.
 
Attributing the stable growth to a slew of policies and measures, Wang expected a continuation of steady performance in June.
 
Specifically, online retail sales of physical commodities registered a notable 21.7-percent year-on-year increase in the first five months, accounting for 18.9 percent of the total retail sales, while various everyday consumer goods' retail sales saw double-digit growth, said Wang, adding that the growing inelastic demand signified basic stability of consumption.
 
Catering revenue rose 9.3 percent from one year earlier, while tourism consumption during holidays saw rapid growth.
 
The ministry will roll out more policies and measures to further boost consumption according to market changes, Wang added.
 
Consumption is now the biggest driver of the world's largest developing economy, contributing to over 65 percent of GDP growth in the first quarter of this year.
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 3, 2019
China to become more open, transparent, predictable for foreign investment: premier
2nd July 2019

 Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said Tuesday the country will become more open, transparent and predictable for foreign investment, and its business environment will further improve.

 
Li made the remarks when addressing the opening ceremony of the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2019, also known as the Summer Davos Forum, in the city of Dalian.
 
"China will unswervingly promote opening-up on all fronts," Li said.
 
The country will support foreign investment in advanced manufacturing industries such as electronic information, equipment manufacturing, medicine and new materials, and in the central and western regions, Li said, adding that favorable policies will be unveiled concerning the equipment imported for self use, corporate income tax and land supply.
 
The premier said China will remove caps on foreign ownership of brokerages, futures dealers and life insurers by 2020, a year ahead of the previous plan, as part of the efforts to further open up the financial and other modern service industries.
 
Foreign investors' access to value-added telecommunications and transportation will also face reduced restrictions, he said.
 
Li also pledged to implement the commitment to give national treatment to foreign-funded institutions in areas of credit information, credit rating and payment. The two-way opening of China's bond market will also be expanded, he said.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 2, 2019
Xi urges sense of mission, dedication in learning from late village official
1st July 2019

 Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, has stressed a sense of mission and dedication among Party members, officials and young people, in an instruction honoring late village official Huang Wenxiu.

 
Xi, also Chinese president and chairman of the Central Military Commission, expressed grief over Huang's death and extended condolences to her family.
 
After completing her graduate studies, Huang gave up the opportunities to work in big cities and returned to her hometown, where she devoted herself to the cause of poverty alleviation, Xi noted in the instruction.
 
Xi stressed that Huang's brilliant young life depicted how CPC members are staying true to the Party's founding mission of seeking happiness for the Chinese people and the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. He urged Party members, officials and young people to learn from Huang, "remain true to the original aspiration and keep the mission firmly in mind, be brave enough to shoulder responsibilities and willing to show dedications, so as to make new and greater contributions in the Long March of the new era."
 
After graduation from Beijing Normal University in 2016, Huang returned to her hometown Baise City in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and served as an official with the publicity department of the Baise municipal committee of the CPC.
 
Since March 2018, she had been leading the poverty alleviation efforts in Baini Village, Leye County, as the village's Party chief. A total of 418 villagers were lifted out poverty thanks to the efforts. Huang died in a rain-triggered flash flood at the age of 30 on June 17, 2019, while returning from Baise City to Leye County.  
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, July 1, 2019

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