and research institutes from home and abroad, including the Bench Coun
cil, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Software Testing Center under the Mini
stry of Industry and Information Technology, Alibaba and Cambricon.
It can simulate the verification environment for future smart devices, said Feng Shengzhong, head of the center.
As a part of the Bench Council’s 2019 International Symposium on Intelligent Computers, an interna
tional AI competition started Friday in Shenzhen, which has made the new testbed the venue.
Feng said the center had taken charge of the operation and maintenance manage
ment together with the Beijing Academy of Frontier Sciences and Technology.
Guangdong Provincial Government issued the Implementation Plan for the Improvement of the Consump
tion System in Guangdong Province, which proposes 29 specific measures in nine aspects in response to the current outs
tanding problems of restricting consumption. The Implementation Plan aims to improve consumer expectations, creat
e a good consumer environment, and promote the formation of a strong unified market.
According to the plan, the optimization and upgrading of automobile consumption will be promoted. The provin
ce will focus on promoting the application of new energy vehicles, speeding up the construction of charging site
s and replacing infrastructure, and making clear requirements for the construction of charging facilities in the pr
ovince’s expressway service areas, urban new public parking lots, and communities.
stration of China, also called for more efforts to develop the homegrown big data sector and
highlighted that stepping up research and development is key to mastering core technologies.
Paul Romer, co-recipient of the 2018 Nobel Prize in economics and p
rofessor of economics at New York University, said he is impressed by China’s proposal in cyb
er sovereignty which he understands as: Each nation must be able to write and enforce its own laws that regu
late cyberspace, and ensure that cyberspace works to the benefit of everyone in the nation.
“China’s articulation and implementation of cyber sovereignty means it is
a chance for the world to see a different kind of organization for cyberspace, and a cha
nce to see that with the right structure, we can get tons of benefits,” Romer added.
Lu Yong, vice-president of Huawei Technologies Co, said China’s digi
tal economy has thrived on the basis that China has built the world’s largest 4G network.
to promoting a new type of international relationship and building a community with a shared future for mankind, Xi said.
Mourao extended President Bolsonaro’s greetings and best wishes, and delivered a letter from the Brazilian president to Xi.
The new Brazilian administration led by Bolsonaro attaches great importance to relations with China, Mourao said.
Brazil speaks highly of China’s important contributions to promot
ing global economic growth and considers China to be a reliable and stable partner, he said.
Brazil would like to connect the country’s investment partners plans
with the Belt and Road Initiative and expand cooperation with China in areas incl
uding trade, technology and innovation, he said, adding that Brazil welcomes investment from China.
Mourao expressed gratitude for China’s support for Brazil’s hosting of the meeting of BRICS leaders. Brazil would like
to enhance coordination with China under multilateral frameworks including BRICS, the WTO and the G20 to maintain multilateralism and t
Co and learned about the company’s production of rare earths and the development of the rare earth industry in Ganzhou.
On the heels of the United States government announcement it will ban unauthorized exports of US technology to Hua
wei, by Monday, a number of major US tech giants, including Google, had reportedly stopped supplies.
Amid the escalating tit-for-tat trade blows between the world’s tw
o largest economies, the US putting Huawei, the face of Chinese hi-tech progress, on its Ent
ity List is no doubt a calculated blow to hit China and Huawei where it hurts. “America will probably use its ability to with
hold components from Huawei as a bargaining chip in a future trade deal with China,” The Economist reckons.
le growth of the economy, he said, adding that the positive factors for economic growth are increasing.
Noting that the uncertainties in the global economic environment are also rising and there remai
n downward pressures on the domestic economy, Li called for both attention and confidence from the entrepreneurs.
Related departments should follow the guidance of Xi Jinping Though
t on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era, invigorate the market thro
ugh deepening reform and opening-up and ensure the stable growth of the economy, Li said.
He said that tax reduction is the key to improving the business environm
ent and invigorating the market, which will not only stabilize growth and employment bu
t also encourage companies to invest more in innovation for long-term development.
sustained sense of security, Xi said.Beijing blasts US Congress for Taiwan defense bill
Xi called for reforms in public security work and said big data should be used as a major engine to promote innovation in the sector. More
measures for higher-quality services should be implemented to give the public a substantial sense of fulfillment, he added.
While demanding that high discipline be exercised within the public security forc
es, Xi said there will be zero tolerance for violations of laws and Party discipline.
He also urged Party committees at all levels to suppo
Beijing resolutely opposes the United States House of Representatives for passing a bill on Tues
day to bolster Taiwan’s defense capability, calling it “boorish interference” in China’s domestic affairs.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang made the comment on Wedn
esday after the House voted to pass a nonbinding resolution reaffirming the US commitment to Taiwan. It also backed the
so-called Taiwan Assurance Act of 2019, which supports Taiwan increasing its defense spending.
rt public security staff in exercising power and fulfilling their responsibilities in accordance with the law.
of cooperation, defined key areas and strengthened the mechanism to seek high-quality development of the BRI, he said.
Leaders reached wide-ranging agreement on high-quality cooperation on the BRI at the leaders’ roundtable on Saturday after an i
n-depth exchange of views on issues such as connectivity, policy integration and sustainable development.
They supported comprehensive infrastructure connectivity as a way to foster economic growth and to build high-q
uality, reliable, resilient and sustainable infrastructure, according to a joint communique issued after the roundtable.
All parties involved supported strengthening synergies in development policies using the principle
of extensive consultations, joint contributions for shared benefits and building even closer partnerships, the joint communique said.
The leaders also upheld green and sustainable growth and agreed to enhance cooperation in areas such as environ
mental protection, circular economy and clean energy, according to the communique.
China will support 5,000 people from innovation sector in Belt and Road countries i
n conducting exchanges, training programs and joint researches in the next five years.
Sustainable development under BRI stressed
China will work with other parties to promote a coalition of sustainab
le cities and an international coalition for green development under the Belt and Road Initiative.
China to invite 10,000 representatives of political parties, think tanks, NGOs from B&R countries
A total of 10,000 representatives of political parties, think ta
nks and non-governmental organizations from count
ries participating in the Belt and Road Initiative will be invited to China for exchanges in the next five years.
China to allow foreign businesses in more sectors with controlling or full stake
China will allow foreign investors to operate businesses in more sec
tors with controlling or full stake. China will roll out a new batch of pilot free trade zones.
way in social and economic development, leaders from China and the CEECs voiced support fo