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China micro-credit firms' outstanding loans at 938 bln yuan by March
26th April 2016

Outstanding loans extended by China's micro-credit companies amounted to 938 billion yuan (144 billion U.S. dollars) by the end of March, data from the central bank showed on Monday.

 
The volume was down 3.2 billion yuan from the end of 2015.
 
By the end of March, the number of micro-credit companies in China came in at 8,867, the People's Bank of China said in a statement on its website.
 
Micro-lenders largely target small companies and low-income groups in need of capital. In recent years, micro-lending companies have become an important channel for medium- and small-sized firms as well as individuals to access funds.
 
The central bank report showed east China's Jiangsu Province had 637 small-credit companies by September, the most of any provincial-level region, followed by Liaoning Province and Hebei Province.  
Source: Xinhua
China open to Sino-U.S. space cooperationXinhua
25th April 2016

China is open to space cooperation with all nations including the United States, the heavyweights of China's space program said on Sunday, the anniversary of China's first satellite launch 46 years ago.

 
"China will not rule out cooperating with any country, and that includes the United States," said Yang Liwei, China's first astronaut.
 
Payload has been reserved in the Chinese space station, due to enter service around 2022, for international projects and foreign astronauts, said Yang on the occasion of the first China Space Day, an annual celebration newly designated by the government.
 
Upon request, China will also train astronauts for other countries, and jointly train astronauts with the European space station, Yang said.
 
"The future of space exploration lies in international cooperation. It's true for us, and for the United States too," according to the senior astronaut.
 
His words were echoed by Zhou Jianping, chief engineer of China's manned space program. Zhou said, "It is well understood that the United States is a global leader in space technology. But China is no less ambitious in contributing to human development."
 
"Cooperation between major space players will be conducive to the development of all mankind," Zhou added.
 
Citing security reasons, the U.S. Congress passed a law in 2011 to prohibit NASA from hosting Chinese visitors at its facilities and working with researchers affiliated to any Chinese government entity or enterprise.
 
The ban remains in effect.
 
The U.S.-dominated International Space Station, which unsurprisingly blocks China, is scheduled to end its service in 2024. China's space station could be the only operational one in outer space, at least for a while.
 
Commenting on Sino-U.S. space relations earlier this week, Xu Dazhe, the head of China's National Space Administration, cites Hollywood sci-fi blockbuster "The Martian," in which a U.S. astronaut gets stranded on Mars and is eventually brought back to Earth by NASA, with help from China.
 
Xu Dazhe noted that China and the United States established a special dialogue mechanism last year and talks would continue this year.
 
For chief engineer Zhou, the movie simply reflects what most people want. "Many American astronauts and scientists that I have met said they would like to work with us, if given the freedom of choice."
 
The China Space Day was designated to mark the launch of China's first satellite on April 24, 1970. 
Source: Xinhua
President Xi stresses protecting people's interests in petitioning
22nd April 2016
Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged governments and localities to invest greater efforts in addressing outstanding issues in public petitioning, an official release said on Thursday.
 
Xi said in an instruction that outstanding issues aired in public comments and complaints comprise both fresh and lingering problems, but all are concerned with the immediate interests of the general public, social harmony and stability.
 
All government departments and localities must attach great importance to the work and properly address the people's legitimate and lawful petitioning through legal, policy, economic and administrative means, said Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee.
 
He called on authorities at all levels to strengthen analysis of risks as well as the management of sources of conflicts and disputes, making efforts to "nip conflicts and disputes in the bud".
 
Authorities should prevent minor problems from developing into major issues, said Xi.
 
Premier Li Keqiang also wrote comments on the topic, urging authorities to deal with petitions in a serious manner and upgrade measures. "Mechanisms for solving conflicts and disputes should be improved and the rights of the people should be safeguarded." 
 

 

Source: Xinhua
Premier Li stresses support for foreign trade
21st April 2016

 Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday urged more support for the development of China's foreign trade so as to promote balanced and steady development of the country's economy.

 
"Foreign trade is an important part of the national economy. To stabilize foreign trade and make it stronger is important to ensure the economy runs smoothly and upgrade," according to a statement issued after a State Council executive meeting chaired by Premier Li.
 
Tepid global demand and slowing domestic economy have dealt a blow to China's foreign trade. It fell 7 percent year on year in 2015, with exports down 1.8 percent and imports down 13.2 percent.
 
However, the March data provided some relief. Exports last month surged 18.7 percent year on year, the first increase since December, compared with falls of 20.6 percent in February and 6.6 percent in January. Imports dipped 1.7 percent, an improvement from February's 8-percent drop.
 
According to Wednesday's statement, several measures are in the pipelines to prop up foreign trade.
 
Financial institutions are encouraged to increase financial support for foreign trade enterprises that are "making profits and receiving orders." The tax rebate rate for some mechanical and electrical products will be increased. The statement did not specify what products it was referring to.
 
There will be more cross-border e-commerce pilots to support Chinese companies in increasing their overseas presence.
 
"Proactive import policies" will be implemented, with extra support for the import of advanced equipment and technologies, the statement read.
 
The meeting also pointed out that improvement in transportation infrastructure is badly needed in old revolutionary bases, ethnic minority areas, border areas and poverty-stricken areas.
 
Strengthening the construction of transport infrastructure is key to lifting the underdeveloped areas out of poverty and promoting balanced development among regions, according to the statement.
 
China will accelerate the construction and upgrading of rural roads, expressways, rails and airports over the next five years to benefit its people, said the statement.
 
The meeting set a batch of innovation and entrepreneurship demonstration bases in provincial-level regions to draw innovators throughout the country and promote the development of the new economy.
 
The demonstration bases should run trials on creating a level playing field, talent flow, and collaborative innovation, among others, according to the statement. 
Source: Xinhua

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