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Tracy Rinehart 2017-09-29
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Beijing is to get its own internet firewall within the national firewall in time for the 19th Party Congress, according to a report in the Beijing Daily.

China’s national internet security system, dubbed “the Great Firewall”, is the world’s largest apparatus for internet control, but it might not be enough.

There are calls to build a “moat” as a line of defense in Beijing as part of preparations to make sure everything runs smoothly for the 19th Party Congress to be held in the capital next month.

As reported by the Beijing Daily (the Party newspaper serving Beijing), there was a meeting of the city’s cadres on September 26 to discuss preparations.

Party secretary for Beijing (head of the local branch of the Communist Party), Cai Qi, listed a great many areas of security including ensuring food safety, production safety, smooth traffic flow and general security inspections.

But the Beijing Daily also paraphrases Cai Qi as saying about Beijing’s preparations:

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Charles Glass 2018-11-19
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Regional government bodies at Zhongguancun, a district in Beijing which is well-known for software innovation and R, aim to help introduce over RMB 15 billion ($2.2 billion) private capital to tech projects in the area by providing pilot government financial supports, Beijing Daily reports (in Chinese).

By doing so, the area hopes to ensure that fundamental tech projects and early-stage startups will have sufficient material support to survive and grow.

According to an official announcement, the Zhongguancun government will help pay over RMB 100 million in loan interest for tech companies to reduce capital borrowing cost by 20%.

The decision is likely to encourage over RMB 10 billion in loans to be issued in the area.

The government has also decided to inject RMB 65 million into investment institutions to hedge any risks an angel round and early-stage investment will lead to.

This aims to particularly support startup enterprises with heavy tech input which yields little short-term material gain.

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John Feeney 2018-08-24
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With a population of over 30 million, Chongqing has been the fastest growing city in China for ten consecutive quarters and is one of China’s four direct-controlled municipalities—Beijing, Shanghai, and Tianjin are the other three.

The “Mountain City” is not only the economic center of Western China, it has emerged as a logistics hub for the Belt and Road Initiative that links up Western China and its neighbors in South East Asia.

The Expo was the latest of many collaborative efforts between Singapore and Chongqing, the two have been actively working together in recent years on multiple fronts such as transportation, business, logistics, and technology.

Many Chinese tech powerhouses, including Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent (known collectively as the BAT), have also been making big moves into the lucrative markets in Southeast Asia which have a population of 650 million.

The Chongqing Connectivity Initiative (CCI), a joint initiative between China and Singapore launched in 2015, plays a key role in boosting regional connectivity.

A case in point is the Southern Transport Corridor, a rail-sea network that connects Chongqing and the Qinzhou Port in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, giving the western Chinese city direct access to the sea.

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Michael Wilson 2018-11-21
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But between 2005 and 2015, China's population moved to urban centers and grew wealthier.

Now, researchers from Tsinghua University in Beijing and the University of California Berkeley say that the shift likely saves about 400,000 lives annually.

Research published this week showed that population-weighted exposure to fine-particle pollution in Chinese households decreased by nearly half between 2005 and 2015.

Ninety percent of that decrease came from changes in cookstove and heating technology.

These changes avoided 400,000 premature deaths from particulate exposure annually, because fine-particle pollution is strongly linked to premature death in people with lung or heart disease, and it causes a host of other lung and heart problems.

As of 2015, household fuels still accounted for 43 percent of the fine-particulate-related mortality in China, as solid fuels like coal and biomass haven't been completely eliminated.

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inosh pille 2020-11-09

Summary - A new market study, titled “Global Hardware Security Modules (HSM) Market 2019 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.

A hardware security module (HSM) is a physical computing device that safeguards and manages digital keys for strong authentication and provides crypto processing.

HSMs often provide cryptographic acceleration that is measured in terms of operations.

ALSO READ: http://heraldkeeper.com/news/hardware-security-modules-hsm-market-by-offering-solutionsservices-technology-deployment-type-applications-forecasts-to-2024-545446.html Scope of the Report:The Hardware Security Module industry concentration is not high; there are more than one hundreds manufacturers in the world, and high-end products mainly from U.S. and Western European.Global giant manufactures mainly distributed in U.S. China,and E.U.

In Germany, Utimaco leads the technology development.

Most of Chinese manufactures locate in Beijing,Guangzhou province.Many companies have several plants, usually locate in the place close to aimed consumption region.

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Peter Merchant 2018-04-24
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The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge was under construction for seven years in China.Reuters

This summer, China is expected to open its long-awaited Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, a 34-mile highway that connects three major cities across the country.

The bridge features six lanes and four tunnels, one of which is underwater.

It's an impressive megaproject, but it's nowhere near as large as the 102-mile-long Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge, which is considered the longest in the world.

The Jiaozhou Bay Bridge in China.Alamy

The bridge is part of the larger Jiaozhou Bay Connection Project, a 25.8-mile expressway along the coastline of the bay, according to The Guardian.

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Jose Breland 2016-08-01

BEIJING—Uber Technologies Co. tried harder than perhaps any other American internet firm to build a truly Chinese company that could win in China.

After almost three years, Uber agreed to sell its China business to its rival, Didi Chuxing Technology Co., the Chinese company announced Monday.

It was likely no coincidence that Uber Chief Executive Travis Kalanick s decision came on the heels of China s new ride-hailing regulations, which were announced last week but had been in the works for two years and were known to companies in the industry in advance.

That was Didi, which is backed by Apple as well as Chinese internet giants Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. BABA 2.51 % and Tencent Holdings Ltd. TCEHY -1.12 %

The rules forbid companies to operate ride-hailing services below cost, putting an end to ruinous subsidy wars but making it difficult for UberChina, with its smaller scale, to match Didi on price.

The guidelines also require companies to implement stricter driver oversight and incur other overhead expenses, measures likely to be less costly per ride the larger the user base.

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Dorothy Chiaramonte 2016-12-30
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On Friday, Infiniti unveiled the new QX50 Concept — its vision

for the future of luxury SUVs.

The stylish mid-size crossover is perhaps the most important car

Infiniti has shown off in recent memory.

Sitting squarely at the center of what is arguably to most hotly

contested segment in the luxury auto market, the QX50 has the

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Robert Massaro 2021-05-12
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Wang Haijia ruminates over the time he has spent as a delivery driver, highlighting the dangers of the job and comparing it to other work.
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Mark Moore 2017-08-22
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BEIJING—Pro football may rule big-screen TVs in the U.S., but it’s the small screens of smartphones where the National Football League hopes to make its play in China.

The NFL and Tencent Holdings Ltd. TCEHY -0.48% announced a deal this week that will give the Chinese internet company exclusive rights to digitally stream games online for three years.

Tencent plans to stream live games and other NFL content for free on both mobile and desktop platforms, including its flagship WeChat social-media app, which has more than 960 million monthly active users.

Expectations are that most of the viewing in China will be on mobile platforms, partly because of the time difference between the U.S. and China, said Richard Young, the head of the NFL’s operations in China.

“Now, they are watching from home while getting ready for work, watching on their commute to work, putting it on pause, going to work and continuing to watch.”

Under the agreement, Tencent will pay the NFL to stream all of its Thursday, Sunday and Monday Night Football games, as well as the Super Bowl and other selected games.

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Henry Lawrence 2016-05-31

BEIJING—Xiaomi Corp. has agreed to purchase around 1,500 patents from Microsoft Corp. in an example of the rising costs facing the Chinese smartphone startup as it expands outside China.

One of its ultimate goals is to sell its phones in the U.S.

For Microsoft, the move is the latest in a yearslong push to collect royalties from electronics makers who use Google Inc. s Android operating system, which Microsoft says uses some of its technology.

Beijing-based Xiaomi shot to the top of China s smartphone market in 2014 with a lean online-sales strategy that helped it keep costs down, but it is gradually spending more on patent licensing, brick-and-mortar stores and advertising as it matures.

The mounting costs come at a time of slowing revenue growth, as Xiaomi faces a saturated domestic phone market and overseas regulatory hurdles.

Microsoft holds more than 60,000 patents, so the patents sold to Xiaomi represent just a small share, said Jennifer Crider, a spokeswoman in Microsoft s legal department.

We are taking the necessary steps for launching in the U.S., but for the time being, the focus remains in India, Mr. Barra said.

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Donald Ellison 2017-10-29
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Self-driving cars are no longer confined to controlled test tracks or even to placid suburban streets—they’re tackling real traffic in US cities such as New York, San Francisco, and Pittsburgh.

Even Patriots fans look like goody two-shoes compared to drivers who have little to zero respect for lanes, traffic signals, warning signs, and speed limits.

Autonomous driving requires understanding the intent and trajectory of everyone and everything on the road: vehicles, cyclists, pedestrians, construction workers, playing children, pets, an errant dart from a Nerf gun.

In driving environments governed by a set of rules that people actually follow, the law limits the sorts of behaviors an autonomous vehicle should expect in the world around it.

Compared to suburban and even urban America, driving environments in many Middle Eastern and African countries have all the structure of a jellyfish.

Even if detailed maps existed, they would require intensive upkeep.

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Steven Restivo 2017-04-18
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SparkLabs has launched its first tech startup accelerator office in China with SparkLabs Beijing.SparkLabs operates a network of accelerators in Asia, including one in South Korea.

The company has now signed a partnership in China with Guoan Academy, a subsidiary of Citic Guoan Group.

Citic Group is a state-run financial institution in China with $514 billion in assets.The advisers for SparkLabs Beijing include Peter Guber, executive chairman of the Golden State Warriors; Justin Kan, founder of Zero-F and founder of Twitch; Lili Cheng, general manager of Fuse Labs at Microsoft; and Eric Ly, cofounder of LinkedIn.The partnership with China will commence with the launch in Beijing, with additional locations opening later in Shanghai, Chengdu, and Shenzhen.

Applications will open for SparkLabs Beijing on May 15, 2017.“We are excited to be working with Guoan Academy and believe they are the ideal partner for our entry into China,” said Bernard Moon, cofounder of SparkLabs, in a statement.

“We are ecstatic to bring on board Colin Qu, who will lead SparkLabs Beijing.

His experience as an investor and entrepreneur in China is perfect to help the startups we work with launch and grow.”David He, president of Guoan Academy, was equally enthusiastic about the new venture.

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Bill Brown 2018-02-05
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Leshi Internet, one of China’s largest video-streaming services, disclosed that it must pay back 5.62 billion RMB (about $890 million) by the end of this year.

Leshi Internet’s (also known as Le.com) heavy debts stem from a financial crisis at its sister company LeEco, both of which were founded by Jia Yueting.

Jia resigned as Leshi Internet’s chief executive officer last year.

That amount represents about two-thirds of the total 9.29 billion yuan (about $1.45 billion) in debt Leshi Internet owes, which it says stems from Jia’s failure to provide funding after borrowing against Leshi Internet shares to fuel LeEco’s overambitious expansion strategy.

Leshi Internet shares resumed trading at the end of January, nine months after the company suspended its stock to review a restructuring plan, but the result has been a massive investor sell-off.

Leshi Internet said last week that it expects a loss of 11.6 billion RMB (about $1.8 billion) for 2017 due to the fallout from LeEco’s financial problems.

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Jason Hill 2017-09-07
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China’s dockless bike rental market is fairly young given that major players in the market like Mobike and ofo weren’t born until very recently.

The sector has witnessed breakneck development over the past two years in China, but now the fast-evolving industry is reaching saturation at a speed faster than we expected, at least in first-tier and second-tier cities.

After talks with execs from 15 major bike rental companies in the city, Beijing transportation authorities announced today that no more new bikes should be placed in the city (in Chinese).

This makes Beijing the 12th city on the lengthening list of cities to halt new bike placement.

Given that the capital city has always played a special role in leading governmental regulations, this announcement may trigger more cities to follow the suit.

Official data shows that the 15 bike rental startups that are operating in Beijing run a combined 2.35 million bikes in the capital.

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ABR REPORTS 2020-04-23

The base year considered for the study is 2019, and the market size is projected from 2020 to 2025 Get the Sample Copy of Diagnostic Reagents market report at https://www.abrreports.com/industry-insights/2020-2025-global-and-regional-diagnostic-reagents-industry-production-sales-and-consumption-status-and-prospects-professional-market-research-report?form=request-report-sample The segmentation of Diagnostic Reagents study as mentioned below:By Market Players:Roche, Abbott, BD, Johnson & Johnson, BIOMERIEUX, Bio-Rad, Euroimmun, KHB, FosunPharma, Leadman, Biosino, Beijing Jiuqiang, Daan Gene, InTec, Rsbio, Beijing Wantai, Bejing Kinghawk, DIRUI, Livzon, Wondfo By ApplicationHospitals, Laboratories, Research InstitutionsClinical Reagents, Analytical Reagents, Other The points that are discussed within the report are the major market players that are involved in the market such as manufacturers, raw material suppliers, equipment suppliers, end users, traders, distributors and etc.

The complete profile of the companies is mentioned.

The historical data from 2014 to 2019 and forecast data from 2020 to 2025.

Finally, the report contains the conclusion part where the opinions of the industrial experts are included.

Click to access full report and Table of Content at https://www.abrreports.com/industry-insights/2020-2025-global-and-regional-diagnostic-reagents-industry-production-sales-and-consumption-status-and-prospects-professional-market-research-report The key objective of this report is to help the user understand the market in terms of its definition, segmentation, market potential, influential trends, and the challenges that the market is facing.

The readers will find this report very helpful in understanding the market in depth.

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Tracy Rinehart 2017-09-29
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Beijing is to get its own internet firewall within the national firewall in time for the 19th Party Congress, according to a report in the Beijing Daily.

China’s national internet security system, dubbed “the Great Firewall”, is the world’s largest apparatus for internet control, but it might not be enough.

There are calls to build a “moat” as a line of defense in Beijing as part of preparations to make sure everything runs smoothly for the 19th Party Congress to be held in the capital next month.

As reported by the Beijing Daily (the Party newspaper serving Beijing), there was a meeting of the city’s cadres on September 26 to discuss preparations.

Party secretary for Beijing (head of the local branch of the Communist Party), Cai Qi, listed a great many areas of security including ensuring food safety, production safety, smooth traffic flow and general security inspections.

But the Beijing Daily also paraphrases Cai Qi as saying about Beijing’s preparations:

John Feeney 2018-08-24
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With a population of over 30 million, Chongqing has been the fastest growing city in China for ten consecutive quarters and is one of China’s four direct-controlled municipalities—Beijing, Shanghai, and Tianjin are the other three.

The “Mountain City” is not only the economic center of Western China, it has emerged as a logistics hub for the Belt and Road Initiative that links up Western China and its neighbors in South East Asia.

The Expo was the latest of many collaborative efforts between Singapore and Chongqing, the two have been actively working together in recent years on multiple fronts such as transportation, business, logistics, and technology.

Many Chinese tech powerhouses, including Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent (known collectively as the BAT), have also been making big moves into the lucrative markets in Southeast Asia which have a population of 650 million.

The Chongqing Connectivity Initiative (CCI), a joint initiative between China and Singapore launched in 2015, plays a key role in boosting regional connectivity.

A case in point is the Southern Transport Corridor, a rail-sea network that connects Chongqing and the Qinzhou Port in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, giving the western Chinese city direct access to the sea.

inosh pille 2020-11-09

Summary - A new market study, titled “Global Hardware Security Modules (HSM) Market 2019 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.

A hardware security module (HSM) is a physical computing device that safeguards and manages digital keys for strong authentication and provides crypto processing.

HSMs often provide cryptographic acceleration that is measured in terms of operations.

ALSO READ: http://heraldkeeper.com/news/hardware-security-modules-hsm-market-by-offering-solutionsservices-technology-deployment-type-applications-forecasts-to-2024-545446.html Scope of the Report:The Hardware Security Module industry concentration is not high; there are more than one hundreds manufacturers in the world, and high-end products mainly from U.S. and Western European.Global giant manufactures mainly distributed in U.S. China,and E.U.

In Germany, Utimaco leads the technology development.

Most of Chinese manufactures locate in Beijing,Guangzhou province.Many companies have several plants, usually locate in the place close to aimed consumption region.

Jose Breland 2016-08-01

BEIJING—Uber Technologies Co. tried harder than perhaps any other American internet firm to build a truly Chinese company that could win in China.

After almost three years, Uber agreed to sell its China business to its rival, Didi Chuxing Technology Co., the Chinese company announced Monday.

It was likely no coincidence that Uber Chief Executive Travis Kalanick s decision came on the heels of China s new ride-hailing regulations, which were announced last week but had been in the works for two years and were known to companies in the industry in advance.

That was Didi, which is backed by Apple as well as Chinese internet giants Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. BABA 2.51 % and Tencent Holdings Ltd. TCEHY -1.12 %

The rules forbid companies to operate ride-hailing services below cost, putting an end to ruinous subsidy wars but making it difficult for UberChina, with its smaller scale, to match Didi on price.

The guidelines also require companies to implement stricter driver oversight and incur other overhead expenses, measures likely to be less costly per ride the larger the user base.

Robert Massaro 2021-05-12
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delivery drivers investment covid-19 meituan ecommerce, covid-19, entertainment investment
Wang Haijia ruminates over the time he has spent as a delivery driver, highlighting the dangers of the job and comparing it to other work.
Henry Lawrence 2016-05-31

BEIJING—Xiaomi Corp. has agreed to purchase around 1,500 patents from Microsoft Corp. in an example of the rising costs facing the Chinese smartphone startup as it expands outside China.

One of its ultimate goals is to sell its phones in the U.S.

For Microsoft, the move is the latest in a yearslong push to collect royalties from electronics makers who use Google Inc. s Android operating system, which Microsoft says uses some of its technology.

Beijing-based Xiaomi shot to the top of China s smartphone market in 2014 with a lean online-sales strategy that helped it keep costs down, but it is gradually spending more on patent licensing, brick-and-mortar stores and advertising as it matures.

The mounting costs come at a time of slowing revenue growth, as Xiaomi faces a saturated domestic phone market and overseas regulatory hurdles.

Microsoft holds more than 60,000 patents, so the patents sold to Xiaomi represent just a small share, said Jennifer Crider, a spokeswoman in Microsoft s legal department.

We are taking the necessary steps for launching in the U.S., but for the time being, the focus remains in India, Mr. Barra said.

Steven Restivo 2017-04-18
img

SparkLabs has launched its first tech startup accelerator office in China with SparkLabs Beijing.SparkLabs operates a network of accelerators in Asia, including one in South Korea.

The company has now signed a partnership in China with Guoan Academy, a subsidiary of Citic Guoan Group.

Citic Group is a state-run financial institution in China with $514 billion in assets.The advisers for SparkLabs Beijing include Peter Guber, executive chairman of the Golden State Warriors; Justin Kan, founder of Zero-F and founder of Twitch; Lili Cheng, general manager of Fuse Labs at Microsoft; and Eric Ly, cofounder of LinkedIn.The partnership with China will commence with the launch in Beijing, with additional locations opening later in Shanghai, Chengdu, and Shenzhen.

Applications will open for SparkLabs Beijing on May 15, 2017.“We are excited to be working with Guoan Academy and believe they are the ideal partner for our entry into China,” said Bernard Moon, cofounder of SparkLabs, in a statement.

“We are ecstatic to bring on board Colin Qu, who will lead SparkLabs Beijing.

His experience as an investor and entrepreneur in China is perfect to help the startups we work with launch and grow.”David He, president of Guoan Academy, was equally enthusiastic about the new venture.

Jason Hill 2017-09-07
img

China’s dockless bike rental market is fairly young given that major players in the market like Mobike and ofo weren’t born until very recently.

The sector has witnessed breakneck development over the past two years in China, but now the fast-evolving industry is reaching saturation at a speed faster than we expected, at least in first-tier and second-tier cities.

After talks with execs from 15 major bike rental companies in the city, Beijing transportation authorities announced today that no more new bikes should be placed in the city (in Chinese).

This makes Beijing the 12th city on the lengthening list of cities to halt new bike placement.

Given that the capital city has always played a special role in leading governmental regulations, this announcement may trigger more cities to follow the suit.

Official data shows that the 15 bike rental startups that are operating in Beijing run a combined 2.35 million bikes in the capital.

Charles Glass 2018-11-19
img

Regional government bodies at Zhongguancun, a district in Beijing which is well-known for software innovation and R, aim to help introduce over RMB 15 billion ($2.2 billion) private capital to tech projects in the area by providing pilot government financial supports, Beijing Daily reports (in Chinese).

By doing so, the area hopes to ensure that fundamental tech projects and early-stage startups will have sufficient material support to survive and grow.

According to an official announcement, the Zhongguancun government will help pay over RMB 100 million in loan interest for tech companies to reduce capital borrowing cost by 20%.

The decision is likely to encourage over RMB 10 billion in loans to be issued in the area.

The government has also decided to inject RMB 65 million into investment institutions to hedge any risks an angel round and early-stage investment will lead to.

This aims to particularly support startup enterprises with heavy tech input which yields little short-term material gain.

Michael Wilson 2018-11-21
img

But between 2005 and 2015, China's population moved to urban centers and grew wealthier.

Now, researchers from Tsinghua University in Beijing and the University of California Berkeley say that the shift likely saves about 400,000 lives annually.

Research published this week showed that population-weighted exposure to fine-particle pollution in Chinese households decreased by nearly half between 2005 and 2015.

Ninety percent of that decrease came from changes in cookstove and heating technology.

These changes avoided 400,000 premature deaths from particulate exposure annually, because fine-particle pollution is strongly linked to premature death in people with lung or heart disease, and it causes a host of other lung and heart problems.

As of 2015, household fuels still accounted for 43 percent of the fine-particulate-related mortality in China, as solid fuels like coal and biomass haven't been completely eliminated.

Peter Merchant 2018-04-24
img

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge was under construction for seven years in China.Reuters

This summer, China is expected to open its long-awaited Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, a 34-mile highway that connects three major cities across the country.

The bridge features six lanes and four tunnels, one of which is underwater.

It's an impressive megaproject, but it's nowhere near as large as the 102-mile-long Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge, which is considered the longest in the world.

The Jiaozhou Bay Bridge in China.Alamy

The bridge is part of the larger Jiaozhou Bay Connection Project, a 25.8-mile expressway along the coastline of the bay, according to The Guardian.

Dorothy Chiaramonte 2016-12-30
img

On Friday, Infiniti unveiled the new QX50 Concept — its vision

for the future of luxury SUVs.

The stylish mid-size crossover is perhaps the most important car

Infiniti has shown off in recent memory.

Sitting squarely at the center of what is arguably to most hotly

contested segment in the luxury auto market, the QX50 has the

Mark Moore 2017-08-22
img

BEIJING—Pro football may rule big-screen TVs in the U.S., but it’s the small screens of smartphones where the National Football League hopes to make its play in China.

The NFL and Tencent Holdings Ltd. TCEHY -0.48% announced a deal this week that will give the Chinese internet company exclusive rights to digitally stream games online for three years.

Tencent plans to stream live games and other NFL content for free on both mobile and desktop platforms, including its flagship WeChat social-media app, which has more than 960 million monthly active users.

Expectations are that most of the viewing in China will be on mobile platforms, partly because of the time difference between the U.S. and China, said Richard Young, the head of the NFL’s operations in China.

“Now, they are watching from home while getting ready for work, watching on their commute to work, putting it on pause, going to work and continuing to watch.”

Under the agreement, Tencent will pay the NFL to stream all of its Thursday, Sunday and Monday Night Football games, as well as the Super Bowl and other selected games.

Donald Ellison 2017-10-29
img

Self-driving cars are no longer confined to controlled test tracks or even to placid suburban streets—they’re tackling real traffic in US cities such as New York, San Francisco, and Pittsburgh.

Even Patriots fans look like goody two-shoes compared to drivers who have little to zero respect for lanes, traffic signals, warning signs, and speed limits.

Autonomous driving requires understanding the intent and trajectory of everyone and everything on the road: vehicles, cyclists, pedestrians, construction workers, playing children, pets, an errant dart from a Nerf gun.

In driving environments governed by a set of rules that people actually follow, the law limits the sorts of behaviors an autonomous vehicle should expect in the world around it.

Compared to suburban and even urban America, driving environments in many Middle Eastern and African countries have all the structure of a jellyfish.

Even if detailed maps existed, they would require intensive upkeep.

Bill Brown 2018-02-05
img

Leshi Internet, one of China’s largest video-streaming services, disclosed that it must pay back 5.62 billion RMB (about $890 million) by the end of this year.

Leshi Internet’s (also known as Le.com) heavy debts stem from a financial crisis at its sister company LeEco, both of which were founded by Jia Yueting.

Jia resigned as Leshi Internet’s chief executive officer last year.

That amount represents about two-thirds of the total 9.29 billion yuan (about $1.45 billion) in debt Leshi Internet owes, which it says stems from Jia’s failure to provide funding after borrowing against Leshi Internet shares to fuel LeEco’s overambitious expansion strategy.

Leshi Internet shares resumed trading at the end of January, nine months after the company suspended its stock to review a restructuring plan, but the result has been a massive investor sell-off.

Leshi Internet said last week that it expects a loss of 11.6 billion RMB (about $1.8 billion) for 2017 due to the fallout from LeEco’s financial problems.

ABR REPORTS 2020-04-23

The base year considered for the study is 2019, and the market size is projected from 2020 to 2025 Get the Sample Copy of Diagnostic Reagents market report at https://www.abrreports.com/industry-insights/2020-2025-global-and-regional-diagnostic-reagents-industry-production-sales-and-consumption-status-and-prospects-professional-market-research-report?form=request-report-sample The segmentation of Diagnostic Reagents study as mentioned below:By Market Players:Roche, Abbott, BD, Johnson & Johnson, BIOMERIEUX, Bio-Rad, Euroimmun, KHB, FosunPharma, Leadman, Biosino, Beijing Jiuqiang, Daan Gene, InTec, Rsbio, Beijing Wantai, Bejing Kinghawk, DIRUI, Livzon, Wondfo By ApplicationHospitals, Laboratories, Research InstitutionsClinical Reagents, Analytical Reagents, Other The points that are discussed within the report are the major market players that are involved in the market such as manufacturers, raw material suppliers, equipment suppliers, end users, traders, distributors and etc.

The complete profile of the companies is mentioned.

The historical data from 2014 to 2019 and forecast data from 2020 to 2025.

Finally, the report contains the conclusion part where the opinions of the industrial experts are included.

Click to access full report and Table of Content at https://www.abrreports.com/industry-insights/2020-2025-global-and-regional-diagnostic-reagents-industry-production-sales-and-consumption-status-and-prospects-professional-market-research-report The key objective of this report is to help the user understand the market in terms of its definition, segmentation, market potential, influential trends, and the challenges that the market is facing.

The readers will find this report very helpful in understanding the market in depth.