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unication company ZTE for smart city solutions at the exhibition.
John Kilmartin, executive director of Bahrain Economic Development Board, said they a上海夜生活品茶微信
re looking at cloud solutions, digital entertainment services and internet security companies in particular.
上海夜生活”I am impressed by innovative products and technologies in the fair, such as facial recognition, virtual
reality, IOT and robotics,” he noted, “China is a beacon for Bahrain. Especially in Shenzhen, if we
could emulate any small way what happened here, we would be very proud of that.”上海夜生活
Several Chinese companies have already set up offices in Bahrain, such as H
uawei, while companies in the e-commerce and online-gaming industry have charted pla
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A high-level group of Chinese researchers and innovators attended the 2017 C
hina-Europe Research and Innovation Tour in Shenzhen, Guangdong province on Nov 16.上海夜生活
Held as part of the China High-tech Fair, which opened in Shenzhen on the same day, the event gave China’s tech community a chance to discover the pio
上海夜生活neering work being done in science, technology and innovation by their European counterparts.
The tour, which has been in its fifth year since 2013, seeks to upgrade
the STI exchanges and cooperation between China and Europe. Shenzhen is the fifth s上海夜生活品茶微信
top on the tour this year, after previous events were held in Beijing, Hangzhou, Changsha and Guangzhou.
上海夜生活Science and technology officials from the EU Delegation to China and emba
ssies of European countries such as Germany, France, Austria, the Netherlands, Sw
eden and Switzerland, as well as representatives from China-Europe STI cooperation entities, attended the S上海夜生活品茶微信
henzhen event, which mainly targets the research and innovation communities based in Shenzhen.
The event focused on the final three-year plan for Horizon 2020, the EU’s framework for r上海夜生活品茶微信
esearch and innovation that has a budget of €30 billion ($35.3 billion), which was released in October in Beijing.
ninth with a break of 76 to make it 6-3 after the first session.
Ding, the 2016 runner-up, will resume the competition with the Scot o
n Sunday morning and look to reach the second round at Crucible for the 10th time.
Ding’s compatriot Tian Pengfei, ranked 81st in the w
orld, took a surprise 5-4 lead over 15th-ranked Stephen Maguire of Scotland.
Tian, one of six Chinese players in the field this year, took the opening frame with a brea
k of 52. Maguire levelled with a run of 80 then took
a scrappy third frame, before Tian made it 2-2 with a 59.
In frame five, Maguire came from 58-0 down to ta
ke it with a clinical 62 clearance, then he added the sixth for 4-2. But Tian rose to the occasion as the sessi
on progressed, winning the last three frames with runs of 45, 100 and 70. They resume on Sunday at 7pm.
uangzhou, provincial capital of Guangdong province, pledged to further cooperate with overseas
counterparts in the fight against endangered animal smuggling in the coming months, said a senior local customs officer.
“Top priorities will be given to big cases: major smuggling gangs, channels and networks,” said Zheng
Jun, deputy director of the Guangzhou customs anti-smuggling bureau, at a news conference in Guangzhou on Thursday.
According to Zheng, Guangzhou customs provided valuable and accurate information to its Malaysian count
erparts in January, resulting in the seizure by Malaysian customs officers of more than 60 kilograms of rhinoceros horns.
au have zero tolerance for smuggling and will introduce more high-tech means and big data
analysis to crack down on smugglers trafficking endangered animals and their products.
Zheng made the remarks after his bureau seized a total of 178.66 kilograms of smugg
led endangered animals and their products, the result of 111 cases since the beginning of the ye
Chinese startup Ofo has denied it is bankrupt, and claimed all is w
ell at the bike-sharing company in a statement released on Tuesday.
According to media reports, Beijing Baikeluoke Technology Co, one of Ofo’s operat
ors, was involved in a bankruptcy case on March 25, listed on the national bankruptcy disclosure platform.
Ofo, however, insists it is not bankrupt, saying that its debt-related litigation and negotiations are still underway.
The company has been suffering financial problems for the past few m
onths, with tens of millions of users waiting for refunds since the second half of last year.
To compound matters for the company, unpaid bills resulted in several lawsuits in the same period.