spectacular 41st minute free kick, but Borja Baston equalized four minutes later in a game in which both teams looked flat in their third game in seven days.
Leganes and Celta Vigo drew 0-0, which draws Celta a point closer to
survival and means they remain unbeaten since Iago Aspas returned to the side after injury.
In overseas ventures, insurance gives firms a sure footing
Overseas investment inevitably means risks and uncertainties for Chinese comp
anies, but many have started using insurance services to help control and reduce risks.
“Chinese companies face new situations while investing overseas, namely that global politi
cs and economics have become more complex,” said Wang Tingke, general manager of China Export and Cr
edit Insurance Corporation, or Sinosure, China’s State-funded policy-oriented insurance company.
“So while going abroad, Chinese companies need to i
ncrease their awareness of risks and set up comprehensive risk management systems.”
project, 95 percent of it provided by China through preferential and b
uyers’ loans. China Export and Credit Insurance Corporation, a State-funded policy-oriented i
nsurance company, provided insurance services for the project, which helped the local government sacure $680 milli
on in business loans from Chinese banks, greatly reducing pressure on the project’s financing.
Mozambique’s President, Filipe Jacinto Nyusi, had long nursed ambitions of one day seeing a bridge lin
king Maputo city center and Katembe, and when it was finally opened in November he said it wou
ld greatly facilitate transport and connectivity between Mozambique and other parts of Africa.
Wang said the bridge will give great economic stimulus to Katembe, long underdeveloped because of its poor tran
sport access. It also eases demographic pressures on Maputo, a city with a population of 1.7 million.
of travel plan changes, as many choose new destinations a short or medi
um distance away instead of suburban trips, said Feng Rao, data research center mana
ger of Mafengwo, a major online travel service provider and tourist information-sharing platform in China.
Travel plans to Sanya, Luoyang and Enshi, three Chinese tourist cities, grew most rapidly — by 15.4
%, 13.6% and 11.6% respectively — due to the extended holiday, according to a report from Mafengwo.
With a new railway operating plan put into use from April 10 offeri
ng more high-speed train routes, high-speed train trips are easier and more convenient.
Take Luoyang in Henan province as an example. People living in Suzhou, Xuzhou an
d Jiaozuo, places where travel time to Luoyang by high-speed train is five hours or less, have turned their eyes to the city.
preferred by travelers for the four-day vacation. In most cases, it takes travelers under five hours to get to their destinations.
In addition Shanghai’s Disney theme park, Guangzhou’s Chimelong Safari Park and Cho
ngqing’s Hongyadong were predicted to be the hottest three tourist attractions on the Chinese mainland.
Two thousand years ago, the ancient Silk Road opened the door for Chengdu to connect with th
e rest of the world. Now, fueled by the Belt and Road Initiative, the city again stands at the forefront of ope
ning-up, developing its industries, creating value and making innovations on the global stage.
The first freight train from Luxembourg to Chengdu departed on April 4. The train, branded under the “China Railway Express” bann
er, passed through Germany, Poland, Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan, and then entered China through the Al
ashankou port in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. The travel time, from start to finish, was 15 days.
An action plan has been introduced to tighten water consumption as part of high-quality development moves, which aims to improve
efficiency in the use of natural resources and better protect the environment while boosting economic growth.
By 2020, water consumption per 10,000 yuan ($1,487) of GDP is expect
ed to drop by 23 percent from that in 2015, with a 20-percen
t reduction in using water to produce 10,000 yuan in industrial added value, according to the plan promulgated by t
he National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Water Resources on April 15.
In addition, China’s overall water consumption will be constrained within 670 billion c
ubic meters by 2022, with improved conservation, the document said. Furthermore, the figure will be con
trolled within 700 cu m with water conservation and recycling at a world-leading level by 2035.