s life. Now both Sonam and his wife work in Beijing while raising a daughter, who is now a year old.
“We plan to let our child study in Beijing,” he said. “We want her to get in touch
with avant-garde thoughts, broaden her horizons and pursue a life she likes,” he said.
Like Sonam Tsering, Tsering Lhakyi also benefited from the country’s ethnic policies.
In the 1980s, due to a lack of skilled workers and the poor educational foundation in the Tibet autonomous regi
on, the government decided to offer classes to Tibetan children. In 1985, the first batch of them went inland to study. Sin
ce then, an increasing number have pursued studies in more developed areas in China.
Tsering Lhakyi, born in the 1990s, was raised in Tibet’s Nagchu prefecture. Because of her h
igh scores in the primary school, she was admitted to an inland Tibetan middle school. After the national col
lege entrance exam, she applied to a university in Yantai, Shandong province, because she “wanted to see the sea”.
untries can lead to the pooling of skills and expertise on tax collection. It can also strengthen natio
nal tax rules in areas such as withholding tax, transfer pricing and dispute resolution to ensure that fair am
ounts of taxes are collected, said Daniel Witt, president of the International Tax and Investment Center.
“BRI countries should be careful not to create barriers to investment, an
d the priority should be to look at practical solutions to remove complexities and co
mpliance burdens on tax administrations and taxpayers,” Witt added.
To serve the BRI, Liao Tizhong, director-general of the International Taxation Department, State
Taxation Administration, said China has expanded a tax treaty network to cover 95 countries and regions.
The number of foreign companies from BRI countries that invest in China and pay annual
taxes of more than 5 million yuan reached 1,205 in 2018. Their average revenue grow
Mercedes-Benz, GM, Toyota, Hyundai, KIA, Ford, Tesla, and Volvo will bring their latest cutting-edge products.
The new technologies in intelligent manufacturing, aerospace and robot will be displayed at eq
uipment showing area, and exhibitors such as Hexago, Boeing and Bombardier will show their products.
Newcomers such as GSK and Siemens Healthcare will display thei
r new products at medical equipment and healthcare products area with Roche, Novar
tis, Astrazeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Bayer, Philips, DH, Thermo Fisher, and Novo Nordisk.
The quality life showing area will set new place to display pregnant w
oman, baby, and children products, and high-end consumer goods. Enterprises such as L ‘Ore
al, Unilever, P&G, Lego, Estee Lauder, Shiseido, Amorepacific, and Kao will set booths in the area.
He told China Daily his company’s priority is to attract more peo
ple, especially non-locals, to visit and boost sales, as local consumption has limited potent
ial. The company is eyeing more business opportunities based on word-of-mouth among visitors, Long said.
This “one-stop industrial tourism”, as Long calls it, has contrib
uted more than 60 percent in total sales since his company started to feel out the market in 2005.
Long witnessed the company transform from a State-owned enterprise to a market-orient
ed limited company at the turn of century. By streamlining internal bodies and lifting the proportion of em
ployees involved in production while promoting its products via culture and tourism, costs can be cut, according to Long.
Now, he added, the annual production value of the company has reached 10 million yuan ($1.5 million).
of last year, all but nine of 6,251 violations that inspectors found had been corrected, at a total investment of 41 billion yuan ($6.1 billion) in 31 provincial regions.
According to the top environmental watchdog, 3,740 industrial enterprises wer
e relocated and 1,883 wastewater outlets were shut down during the campaign.
“In the long run, the campaign will help curb pollution at sites that supply drinking
water and prevent more of them from being abandoned due to pollution,” Ma from the institute said.
There are specific dos and don’ts at these sites, but some of the restrictions will be lifted if they cease to be sources of drinking water.
Researchers should strictly follow the standards and code of conduct of scientific researc
h and not embezzle or misuse scientific research funds, the Ministry of Education said on Wednesday.
They should not commit fraud to obtain a research project, research fund and other awards or honorary titles, the ministry said.
eituan Dianping, China’s leading on-demand online service provider, is the youngest among China’s 10 most powerful businesspeople, according to the list.
Dong Mingzhu, chairwoman of Gree Electric Appliances, a major home appliances maker
based in Zhuhai, Guangdong province, is the only woman entrepreneur on the top 10 ranking, placing seventh.
Xu Jiayin (Hui Ka Yan), chairman of China’s property developer Evergrande Gro
up, and Lei Jun, founder of smartphone maker Xiaomi Group, also made the top 10.
The China Consumers Association said Wednesday that financial servi
ces in automobile sales should be clearly priced and forced transactions eliminated.
The association held a discussion Wednesday morning on the issues of fina
ncial service fees in automobile sales and car buyers’ difficulties defending their rights.
The discussion concluded that car dealers fabricate required ite
ms to increase consumers’ payments and fail to provide receipts or other certificates.
When disputes over quality arise, consumers often experience difficulties negotiating with dealers or lodging complaints.