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At a Glance
    2017-July-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

8 missing in shipwreck

RESCUERS were searching for eight people missing after a fishing boat sank early yesterday morning in the waters off East China’s Zhejiang Province, according to local maritime police.

The boat, with 24 people on board, sank at around 2 a.m. at sea near the city of Zhoushan, said police.

Unmanned speedboat

IN China, lifeguards might soon join a growing list of professionals who will be replaced by robots or at least working with them on their jobs.

The Institute of Intelligent Machines under the Chinese Academy of Sciences announced this week that it has launched the country’s first unmanned speedboat to save people from drowning.

The speedboat is equipped with cameras and infrared sensors to detect “moving targets” in the water, said Yu Yangdao, who led the craft’s development. Once a swimmer crosses the danger line, the speedboat will locate him/her, calculate the risk of drowning, and send a signal to the command center. The rescue team will then be alerted to take action.

Bank charges canceled

CHINA’S top economic planner announced yesterday the country’s lenders will cancel or suspend charges on some financial services to support the development of the real economy.

The move will reduce the financial burden on bank clients by 6.1 billion yuan (US$897.7 million) each year, the National Development and Reform Commission estimated. Starting from Aug. 1, commercial banks will no longer collect commission fees on individuals’ inter-city cash withdrawals from their own counters.

 

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