market could deter爱上海同城对对碰mine the RMB exchange rate, but if extreme situations arise, the central bank
can exercise some intervention to prevent spillover effects of exchange rate volatilities on neighboring countries.
Yi, the PBOC governor, said the current fiscal policy package is strong enough to counter headwinds, even if
the situation gets a little worse, and “a discussion” could be opened if the scenario turns “tremendously worse”.
Looking forward, the unemployment rate, rather than the GDP growth rate, should receive more atte
ntion. “The Chinese economy is presently doing reasonably well, and I don’t worry too mu
ch about the unemployment problem. So long as people still have jobs, it’s not a concern if growth slows slightly. But this ma
tter deserves to be very closely watched, particularly as now trade tensions escalate rapidly,” Huang said.
If trade tensions start to have “bigger impacts” on the economy, he said
nd force low-end manufacturers to move out more rapidly, it might increase the pres
sure on unemployment. So supporting domestic consumption and encouraging the development of the servi
ces sector, especially labor-intensive services, could help mitigate the pressure, he said.
ries boasting the concept, which originated in Japan, have sprung up in many cities includi
ng Shanghai, Xi’an, capital of Shaanxi province, and Shenzhen and Guangzhou, both in Guangdong province.
Kong Yanling is a big fan of singles-friendly restaurants. The 25-year-old unattached Xi’an res
ident remembers passing a Korean-style chicken restaurant a few years ago and deciding to drop in.
However, the waitress at the door told her the restaurant only served large, shared platters. Kong took the hint and left.
She has also found herself dining with strangers involuntarily when waiters have asked if she minded other people sharing her table.
“I don’t mind eating alone, but sometimes things like that really bugged me. I am ve
ry happy to see more singles-friendly restaurants appearing so there is more choice when eating out,” she said.
ion as of the end of last year. Nearly 70 percent held a junior colleg
e degree or above, accounting for almost half of all healthcare professionals, she said.
Last year, there were 150 million people 60 years or above living with chronic diseases
in China. Of those, 44 million were fully or partially disabled and in need of regular nursing services, she said.
“With more nurses and nurse’s aides, the demand for nursing services from the elderly will be gradually met,” she said.
The commission will also encourage community health centers to provide more nursing services for the e
lderly in neighborhoods, Jiao said. They would include more beds and setting up day-care centers.
Regulations will also be released to encourage community health centers to provid
e beds to the elderly at home, so family doctors can provide treatment there, she said.
dialogues based on harmony in diversity and inclusiveness. We need to undertake the cultural responsibility of inter
national communicators, and let exchanges of culture and among civilizations, as well as mutual learning, co
nstantly serve as bridges for people’s friendship, the impetus of international cooperation and bond of world peace.
Second, we should become builders of world peace and development. The wheel of humanities’ de
velopment is unstoppable. Peace, reconciliation and harmony are historical trends. Equality, mut
ual trust and win-win cooperation are historical necessities. Yet, as international conventions are attacked an
d multilateral mechanisms are challenged, the anti-globalization tendency rises, and unilateralism and tra
de protectionism are becoming increasingly fierce. We must adamantly safeguard the contemporary interna