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|(File Photo) Chinese authorities said they will earmark a 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) special fund to support the country’s “Made in China 2025” initiative John Moore Jersey , the Xinhua-run Economic Information Daily reported on Oct. 12.
The money will be used to boost innovation in the manufacturing sector, strengthen industrial chain coordination, build a generic technology services platform, and carry out an insurance program for the application of new materials, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) said in a recent notice.
An estimated 25 projects will be financially supported, including Internet of Things, new materials, smart appliances, high-end consumer electronics, industrial information, and security control and infant formula quality control, the MIIT disclosed.
Each project will get from 30 to 50 million yuan of financial support, industry authorities said, and key projects will receive over 100 million yuan for development. Industry and information technology departments at all levels across the country have unveiled plans to offer financial assistance to key projects in their provinces.
For instance, starting from last year, Guangdong has invested over one billion yuan into robotics, rail transportation, biomedicine, integrated circuits, and intelligent equipment.
The MIIT has signed an agreement with the National Development Bank (NDB) to aid pilot projects that are preferred by the market. The NDB has pledged that it will offer no less than 300 billion yuan of financial support to the “Made in China 2025” initiative from 2016 to 2020.
Many enterprises have started to apply for the fund. A person in charge of an integrated circuit company said that the financial support from the Central and local governments will help them attain technical achievements and promote industrialization.
BUCHAREST, Oct. 17 (Xinhua) -- The three new members of Romania's reshuffled cabinet took the oath of office Tuesday before President Klaus Iohannis in a ceremony at Cotroceni Presidential Palace.
Earlier, Iohannis signed the decrees appointing Paul Stanescu as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Regional Development, Public Administration and European Funds; Felix Stroe as Minister of Transport; and Marius Nica as Minister-delegate for European Funds.
The ceremony was attended by Prime Minister Mihai Tudose, Deputy Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu, two MPs, as well as presidential adviser Cosmin Marinescu.
Iohannis did not speak as usual at the end of the ceremony.
This may be the most deserted and shortest swearing ceremony in recent years, as both heads of Parliament chambers announced not to attend the ceremony, as an expression of the further frigid relations between the leadership of governing coalition and the head of state.
The prime minister on Monday sent to the presidency the new proposals for ministers which were approved last week at a National Executive Committee meeting of the main ruling Social Democratic Party.
There are indications that discordance began to be felt inside the ruling coalition made of the Social Democratic Party and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats, especially within the Social Democrats.
The discord between the prime minister and his party leader Liviu Dragnea became apparent after the former announced early last week at a private television station that he would reshuffle his cabinet by replacing several ministers and would consider resigning if the party leadership would refuse his request.
He also mentioned his dissatisfaction over the party's involvement in certain cabinet decisions.
The cabinet reshuffle will temporarily ease the tensions between the prime minister and the party's leaders, but local analysts generally believed that the prime minister would continue to argue for greater government decision-making power, meaning that the struggle within the ruling party would continue.
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Xiong Qi, a native of Central China's Hunan province who now lives in Shanghai, has decided to celebrate the "winter festival" by taking a trip to Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang province, to visit its famous ice festival.
"Winter festival" is how Xiong refers to the winter solstice, a time when as a child he ate dumplings and sat on his parents' comfortable sofa watching movies.
Although North China's snowy season is not a traditional time for outings, it has benefited from the expansion of the high-speed rail network and the growing public interest in winter sports, and an increasing number of travelers such as Xiong are embracing it as a time for fun.
"I don't have many opportunities to see heavy snow in my daily life, so naturally I was attracted by the ice world," the 33-year-old teacher said. "But North China is known for its bitterly cold winters and poor connections with other parts of the country, and it never crossed my mind that I would travel such a long way just to see some ice sculptures, but now, we have more high-speed trains, which are comfortable, affordable, and time-efficient," he added. "Also, with Beijing's bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, many of my friends are becoming interested in skiing and other winter sports."
According to the Harbin Tourism Administration, as the season commences the city will be one of the destinations for 10 dedicated high-speed tourist trains from East China, including one that will depart Hangzhou in Zhejiang province on Dec 24. The 800-seat train will call at major cities in Jiangsu province, such as Suzhou, Wuxi and Changzhou, as it carries tourists to destinations in Northeastern China, including Shenyang and Changbai Mountain in Liaoning province.
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