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#EUChina: New China internet strategy unveiled

#EUChina: New China internet strategy unveiled

On Tuesday 19 April, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced the new Chinese Internet Strategy. The guidelines of President Xi, who is also the Head of China’s Central Internet Security and Informatization Leading Group, constitute a building block of the ambitious objectives set in the five years plan for the development of the Chinese ICT sector, […]

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#China: Chinese officials encouraged to innovate

#China: Chinese officials encouraged to innovate

| March 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged more efforts to encourage officials to engage in innovation and reforms as he opened China’s annual legislative sessions on Saturday 19 March. Analysts believed the move will greatly inspire their work enthusiasm amid economic downward pressure, writes Che Bin from People’s Daily. China will motivate innovators and reformers by improving the […]

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#China to emphasize people-oriented urbanization

#China to emphasize people-oriented urbanization

| March 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, in a new government work report, set further reform of the household registration system as one of China’s priorities in 2016, signifying that China will continue its urbanization with an emphasis on people, writes Liu Rui from People’s Daily. In the report delivered at the fourth session of the 12th National People’s […]

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European and Chinese Mayors discuss sustainable urbanisation in Beijing

European and Chinese Mayors discuss sustainable urbanisation in Beijing

| November 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Forty European mayors met their Chinese counterparts yesterday (23 November) in Beijing at the EU-China Urbanisation Forum. The objective of the event was twofold: increasing cooperation between European and Chinese cities when it comes to sustainable urbanisation and signing cooperation agreements to further improve knowledge-exchange between cities. In total some 800 stakeholders from European and […]

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