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szdaily -> China
At a Glance
    2017-August-3  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

More electric buses

THE number of electric buses in Beijing will increase from the current 1,000 to 10,000 by 2020 in an effort to improve the environment, said Beijing Public Transport Group yesterday.

The proportion of buses purely powered by electricity among the total public transport vehicles will increase from the current 10 percent to 60 percent in three years, said Zhong Qianghua, deputy general manager of the group.

IP development

INTELLECTUAL property (IP) experts from Hong Kong and Guangdong agreed yesterday to continue working on the development of IP trading between the two places.

The agreement came at the 16th Meeting of the Guangdong/Hong Kong Expert Group on the Protection of Intellectual Property (IP) Rights that was held in Hong Kong yesterday.

¥1 bln allocated

THE Central Government allocated another 1 billion yuan (US$150 million) to aid regions affected by natural disasters, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) said Tuesday.

The Central Government released over 1.3 billion yuan earlier for emergency assistance in both agricultural and natural disasters.

Since June 2017, floods and droughts have hit North and South China, with some regions severely stricken.

Chemical accidents

CHINA reported 113 chemical accidents in the first half of this year, the State Administration of Work Safety (SAWS) said Tuesday.

The figure represents a rise of 7.6 percent from the same period a year ago. They have led to 135 deaths, up 25 percent, the SAWS said in a statement.

The statement quoted an unnamed SAWS official as saying the chemical work safety situation remains grim and safety checks need to be overhauled.

 

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