For the first quarter of 2018, Taiwan exported $32.9 billion worth of goods to the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong, with electronic components accounting for about a half.
Chinese President Xi Jinping gives a thumbs-up as he watches the football match in Berlin between youth teams from Zhidan in China's Shaanxi province and VfL Wolfsburg, Germany, March 29, 2014. The Chinese team lost to VfL Wolfsburg 0-2. [Photo/Xinhua]
Yu Zhengsheng, chairman of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, called on them to do so during his work report on Saturday to 2,149 national political advisers.
Experts predict that the government will make efforts to improve profitability and close down "zombie enterprises", leading to capacity consolidation, closures and mergers and acquisitions among SOEs.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, a world-famous music and dance spectacle which has run in various forms since 1949, attracts an average 220,000 visitors each year.
Rather than being good news, the bait the US has offered them to continue pursuing their unattainable ambition is actually bad news; for Taiwan and for the relationship across the Straits.
State Grid Corp of China, the country's top power distributor, has achieved success in power connection in countries and regions involved in the Belt and Road Initiative and eyes further inroads in the future, said Shu Yinbiao, chairman of the State Grid, on Thursday.
With China’s foreign aid continuing to increase along with its growing global reach, the announcement on Tuesday that an international development cooperation agency is to be set up as part of the restructuring of government departments is noteworthy but not undue.
Edinburgh is now the second-mostly-visited destination for Chinese visitors to the UK, after London. This year, the Scottish capital has seen interest raised further after China Central Television, China's major television broadcaster, entered talks with Scotland to broadcast the world-famous Hogmanay New Year festival in China.