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At a Glance
    2017-July-6  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Officials expelled

ZHOU CHUNYU, vice governor of East China’s Anhui Province, Wang Yincheng, former president of a State-owned insurance company, Yang Chongyong, a former senior legislator in North China’s Hebei Province, and Su Shulin, the former governor of Southeast China’s Fujian Province, have been expelled from the Communist Party of China (CPC) and dismissed from public office for violating the Party’s code of conduct and corruption.

Industry standards

A SET of industry standards were released yesterday to regulate China’s booming bike-sharing industry.

Bicycle associations in Shanghai and Tianjin drafted the regulations, which will take effect Oct. 1, after soliciting advice from major bicycle manufacturers and bike-sharing operators.

The regulations specify a service life of three years for all such bikes and demand companies hire at least one maintenance employee for every 200 bikes.

They also regulate the management of deposits, handling of customer complaints, and compensation for users.

Death toll rises

SEVERE flooding across South China forced the world’s largest power plant to cut capacity yesterday, delayed grain on barges and damaged farms along the Yangtze River, as the death toll rose to 56 and economic costs hit almost US$4 billion.

Heavy rainfall, mudslides and hail caused by the annual rainy season have also left 22 people missing across 11 provinces and regions as of yesterday morning, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

More than 750,000 hectares of crops have been damaged and direct economic losses total more than 25.3 billion yuan (US$3.7 billion), the ministry said.

The annual rainy season, which arrived in the second half of June, has hit southern Hunan Province.

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