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At a Glance
    2018-February-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CPI increase

SHENZHEN’S consumer price index (CPI), a primary gauge of inflation, hiked by 0.5 percent in January over the last month of 2017 and by 1.2 percent compared with the same period last year, according to the Shenzhen survey office of the National Bureau of Statistics.

The increase was mostly the result of the rising prices of food and services.

Aiding Xinjiang

IN the past year, Shenzhen has invested a total of 1.13 billion yuan (US$179 million) in supporting Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, announced Shenzhen’s aid command post based in Xinjiang on Friday.

To support the less-developed areas of Xinjiang, Shenzhen has implemented 66 aid projects assisting the area’s industrial development and enhancing quality of life, medical services and education.

Scrub typhus alert

THE city’s inspection and quarantine department reminds holidaymakers planning to visit Southeast Asian countries to be cautious of the epidemic known as scrub typhus that has become widespread.

There were nearly 2,200 reported cases of scrub typhus in Thailand by Jan. 12 since the end of last year with two dead, according to official statistics.

Salaries finally paid

HUNDREDS of workers eventually received their overdue wages after filing lawsuits against their employers to the Longgang court.

A courtroom in Buji heard a case involving workers who did not get their wages, amounting to more than a million yuan in total, in time and helped the workers get their full wages Feb. 6. Another case was handled by a courtroom in Henggang that helped 36 workers receive wages valued around 160,000 yuan in total last month.

Sea management rules

SHENZHEN is now officially seeking public opinion on draft regulations for sea management that are tailored to the city’s capacity for better utilizing marine resources.

Residents can view the draft on the portal of the city’s urban planning authority and submit their opinions via email: wangxb@fzb.sz.gov.cn or follow WeChat account Shenzhen Legal Affairs (深圳法制).

Part of the rules pointed out that discharging polluted water into the ocean would result in a fine of 200,000 yuan, and stealing coral reefs would result in a fine 10 times more than the coral’s value.

Tipoffs to be rewarded

RESIDENTS are called upon to report illegal large-size passenger vehicles that have not passed annual reviews with reward amounts ranging from 500 to 2,000 yuan for each valid report.

The city’s traffic police authority will continue with its strict inspection of illegal vehicles in 2018.

Traffic police have recently hunted down 25 vehicles that did not go through the annual reviews.

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