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szdaily -> Business
At a Glance
    2017-July-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

New urban jobs

NATIONWIDE survey-based jobless rate was below 5 percent in June, with 7.35 million new urban jobs created in the first half of the year, the National Bureau of Statistics said yesterday.

While China’s first-half economic achievement was “hard won,” more positive changes in the second half are expected, National Statistics Bureau spokesman Xing Zhihong told reporters.

Two new GMO crops

THE government has approved two new genetically modified (GMO) crops for import, the Ministry of Agriculture said yesterday, following two earlier approvals last month.

The crops, approved from Sunday for a period of three years, are Syngenta’s 5307 insect-resistant corn sold under the Agrisure Duracade brand and Monsanto’s 87427 glyphosate-resistant corn, sold under the Roundup Ready brand. The approvals come after China promised to speed up a review of pending import applications as part of the 100-day trade talks with the United States. Last month, it approved Dow Chemical’s Enlist corn and Monsanto’s Vistive Gold soybeans. But four more products are still waiting for approval.

Output at record

CHINA churned out record amounts of steel and aluminum in June as producers rushed to cash in on rallying prices in the wake of a drive by China to crack down on output of low-grade metal.

Chinese steel output last month rose 5.7 percent from the year before to a record 73.23 million tons, surpassing April’s all-time high of 72.78 million tons, official data showed yesterday. Aluminum production jumped 7.4 percent year on year to 2.93 million tons, exceeding December’s record of 2.89 million tons.

 

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