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Rice from China has been successfully planted in the deserts of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, a
nd its yield has hit a record high, leading to an agricultural breakthrough in the city.上海后花园品茶微信
The seawater rice yield reached 629 kilograms per mu (0.06 hectare), a result observed by experts from China and Dubai on J
u上海后花园ne 6. This yield is on par with the advanced level of international rice planting in desert areas and saline-alkali soil.
The sea rice project, launched by the Wuhan Haidao International Agricultural Development Co of Hubei province last O
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evement was praised by the ruler of Dubai and the Consulate-General of the People’s Republic of China in Dubai.
上海后花园Invited by Dubai, experts from the company provided all te
chnological services for seawater rice planting in Dubai’s deserts and deve
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Dubai has quite special agricultural, ecological and climate conditi
上海后花园ons. In other words, disadvantages — including low temperatures at night for the seeding stage
, high temperatures and dry winds in the earing period and low rainfall. The favorable period for rice growth is also quite
short. Any small mistake in cultivation may lead to failure, the Wuhan company said.上海后花园品茶微信
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上海后花园品茶微信In recent years, many domestic and international companies tried to plant rice in Dubai wi
thout satisfying results due to existing obstacles, said company investor Xie Xiaoqing.
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The success of the project has presented the technological progress of Chinese agric上海后花园品茶微信
ulture to the world and benefited people across the globe, and will help in prom
oting both international cooperation and the sharing of agricultural technology, she added.
More efforts are needed from Chinese companies to explore the potentia
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os, which ended Wednesday in Dalian, Liaoning province.Song Haiyan, (right), senior vice president and general m
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019, also known as Summer Davos, which ended Wednesday in Dalian, Northeast China’s Liaoning pro上海后花园女神会所
“Many companies or organizations didn’t fully realize the potential of “d
ark data”, which refers to all the unknown and untapped data generated by an org
anization’s s上海后花园女神会所ystems, devices and interactions”, said Song Haiyan, senior vice-president and general manager of se
curity markets of Splunk, a US company leveraging software to search and analyze data.
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ta but do not use it to predict something that they don’t even know, she added.
In the wake of such problems, Song said Splunk has integrated some premium solutions, including artificial intell
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on for its fiscal first quarter ending April 30 this year, which was a 36 percent increase year-on-year.
“I am glad to see that here in China, companies are putting the use of AI into a higher-than-ever role in their bu
sinesses,” she said, adding that she was confident about business growth in the country.
rnati上海后花园onal Economic Exchanges, warned that although China would not be happy to see the so-called trade war expand into the fields of finance, tech
nology or geopolitics, the country must be prepared for all kinds of confrontations.
“The US has repeatedly violated the multilateral mechanism based on World Trade Organizat
ion rules. Due to the influence of hard-line hawks, it is likely to continue the trade war,” he said.
China has less motivation to further stimulate economic growth, but the government needs t
o search for more methods to control debt and reduce default risks, according to officials and economists.
China’s macroeconomic leverage ratio, or the total debt-to-GDP proportion, rose slightly in the first quarter, but the over
all leverage level still remained stable, Huang Xiaolong, deputy head of the Financial Stability Bureau of the Peo
ple’s Bank of China, the central bank, said at a media conference on Wednesday.