Internet service p阿拉爱上海品茶微信roviders in China will be put un
der tighter scrutiny when they handle overseas transfers of personal in
formation, according to a draft regulation of the Cyberspace Administration of China.
The introduction of the regulation, tentatively called the Asse
ssment Regulation on the Security of Personal Information’s Overseas Uses, is intended to bet
ter safeguard internet users’ rights, national security, public interests and cyberspace sovereignty, the ad
ministration said in a statement on Thursday, while calling for opinions and suggestions to improve the draft.
Based on the Network Security Law, the draft requires internet service operators to conduct security screening on personal infor
mation gathered in their operations within Chinese borders. Any transfer of information that is likely to affect na
tional security, public interests or personal information security is banned by the document.
Hotel that was aimed at encouraging investment in the northeast Chinese province that i
s part of the country’s industrial heartland, the governor and the mayor had a private meeting with Surre
y County Council Chairman Tony Samuels, who has been working to cultivate relations with China.
“Surrey is home to the headquarters of many multinationals from around the world but as
yet none from China,” Samuels said. “With China being the world’s biggest exporting nation and its ec
onomy growing so rapidly, it makes strategic sense for us to build connections there.”
Situated just south of London, Surrey has easy access to the capital and
is also close to the capital’s two main international airports, Heathrow and Gatwick.
Despite a general decline, great difficulties still exist for China to bring
down the percentage of smokers to 20 percent by 2030, China CDC said in a statement.
The survey, released ahead of World No Tobacco Day, which falls on Friday, showed increasing public support for tobacco
control. More than 90 percent of those surveyed said they support a total ban on tobacco in the workplace, and mo
re than 95 percent said they support banning smoking in hospitals, middle and primary schools and public tr
ansportation. Nearly 80 percent said they hope to see a ban on tobacco in restaurants.
The survey showed adult smokers generally lack the willingness to quit, with only 16 percent planning to quit within the year.
Zhi Xiuyi, vice-president of the Chinese Association on Tobacco Control, said Chin
a faces severe challenges in tobacco control to protect people’s health, despite the progress ma
m a nationalist point of view and if a trade agreement is seen as overall beneficial for their co
untry, they could support it. For instance, Italy voted in favor of the EU agreement with Japan but again
st the agreement with Canada. The content of the agreement is key. For instance, these parties do not like clauses tha
t curtail the powers of single EU member states, such as the establishment of new regulatory or arbitration bodies.
Another uncertainty is Brexit. Whether it will happen or not? And what might change under
a new British prime minister? The new Brexit Party under Nigel Farage was the clear leader in the EP
election in the United Kingdom, but the UK’s 73 EP members have to leave the EP as soon as Brexit takes place.
Air China, the country’s leading carrier, has formally requested compensation from Boeing Co for th
e grounding of its 15 737 MAX aircraft and delayed deliveries of future planes, the company said Wednesday.
China Southern Airlines, another of China’s “big three” State-run
carriers, has also officially asked the US aircraft-maker for compensation involving its 24 gro
unded MAX aircraft and postponed deliveries of such planes, CCTV reported the same day.
Shanghai-based China Eastern Airlines had already sought compensa
tion from Boeing for incurring considerable losses after the grounding of the 737 MAX aircr
aft following two major crashes, according to a previous China Daily report citing People’s Daily.
The carrier filed a claim against Boeing for the losses caused by 14 suspensions of 737 MAX ai
rcraft since March 11 and delayed delivery of the models it had booked earlier, the report said.
shows that college students slated to graduate in 2019 have higher
expectations of working in these cities, than in cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
According to the platform, 44 percent of new graduates this year wish to find their jobs in new fir
st-tier cities, while only about 30 percent hope to work in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
Yang Zheng, who graduated with a master’s degree from Fudan University in Shanghai in March, said th
at he received three offers from companies in the city, but finally chose a high-tech enterprise in neighboring Hangzhou.
“I’ve spent about seven years in Shanghai, it’s time to explore a new world,” he said, laughing. “The most importa
nt reason I chose Hangzhou is the city’s potential development in the high-tech industry, which can bring us more opportunities.”
ween China and the United States recently faltered and a large amount of additional tariffs are expected to be imposed on imports from both sides.
China will take necessary measures, in response to foreign exchange market flu
ctuations, including using a strengthened risk management system, said Pan.
He also stressed that authorities would crack down on illegal activities in foreign exchange trading.
“China has sufficient policy tools,” said Pan, who is also director of th
e State Administration of Foreign Exchange, the country’s foreign exchange regulator.
The PBOC vice-governor also confirmed on Sunday that China will continually implement
opening-up policies and improve the environment for overseas investors and protect the legal rights of foreign investors.
international cooperation to jointly tackle these natural disaster risks, protect ecological security and achieve sustainable development,” Bai said.
The academy will continue to collaborate with foreign partners to create new platform
s and mechanisms to improve disaster management and ecological protection, he added.
Mami Mizutori, head of the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, said in a video speech that th
e scale and reach of the world’s largest infrastructure initiative will impact billions of people and reshape the ph
ysical world, and countries should be mindful of these projects’ impact on the environment and inhabitants.
“It is encouraging that the government of China is taking proactive measures to ensu
re that the development of the Belt and Road Initiative is risk-informed and sustainable,” she added.
software giant Oracle has begun laying off employees at its China Development Center, the 21st Century Business Herald reported on Tuesday.
The first round of downsizing affects over 900 employees, with Oracle offering a severance package of “N+6”, which mea
ns those laid off receive their monthly salary multiplied by the number of years they worked plus six months’ pay.
At a full staff meeting, Oracle China said that it was a very difficult decision made in the face of a rapidly changing business envir
onment and a strategic necessity to make timely adjustments to existing R&D systems and business models.
Oracle also vowed to offer the best customer experience in the cloud computing sector and continue to expand its operations.
In addition to the compensation package, Oracle said it will pr
ovide career planning services to help laid-off workers make career transitions.
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