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the zone is striving to be a world-class modern service industry cooperation zone with complete infrastructure, an
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At the end of 2017, the added value of firms registered in the zone reached about 150 billion yuan ($22.4 billion), ac
hieving the national target of output value per square kilometers of up to 10 billion yuan.上海千花网
The Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Coopera
上海千花网品茶微信tion Zone was approved by the State Council in August 2010, which is of strategic signific
ance on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone.
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onal standards, the zone is positioned as a pioneer in institutional and mechanism in
上海千花网品茶微信novation, the close cooperation of mainland Chia and Hong Kong, and the industrial upgrading of the Pearl River D
elta. Four major industries developed in the zone are finance, modern logistics, information services, and technological services.
Based on the existing solid cooperation foundation, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area will m上海千花网品茶微信
ake full use of existing major cooperation platforms including Qianhai of Shenzhen, Nansha of Guangzhou, and H
engqin of Zhuhai to explore a new model for coordinated development. It will increase the
上海千花网pragmatic cooperation between the nine cities involved in the Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong, and
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lary role in the close cooperation among Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, and Macao.
Nansha of Guangzhou will join together with Hong Kong and Macao to build itself a high-standard getaway for opening-up. It will fu上海千花网品茶微信
lly leverage the advantages as a national high-tech zone and a pilot free trade zone, taking the functio
ns of international shipping and financial and technological innovation in the Greater Bay Area.
Hotels in Shanghai will no longer automatically provide disposable daily necessities such as toothbrush, comb and shaver f
rom July 1 as a regulation on household waste will come into effect in the city on the day, People’s Daily reported.
Around 4.8 billion guests booked into 440,000 hotels in China in 2017, as per data. More than 70 percent o
f soaps are thrown away after being used once, a survey shows. Calculated by weight, each hotel t
hrows away 2.5 kg disposable soaps every day and 440,000 hotels would throw away more than 400,000 tons
of soaps every year. If each ton of soaps costs 20,000 yuan, that would be 8 billion yuan worth of soap.
Apart from soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, comb, shampoo and bath foam are often discarded
after one-time use. It’s not only a waste of money, but also a burden for environment as many articles are non-degradable.
On a warm spring afternoon, 28-year-old Ye Xiaoxian keeps her eyes glued to her comp
uter screen as she chats with female co-workers in an office in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province.
Her concentration is only broken when a colleague offers a plate of snacks.
“I’ve already eaten a chicken drumstick, three pieces of turkey bacon, a handful of potato chips, half a bowl of white rice and som
e walnuts. My thighs will swell if I eat these snacks,” Ye said, reluctantly pushing the plate away.
Her colleague, pinching Ye lightly on the forearm, replied: “Come on, you are not fat at all. I am the elephant in the room.”
But Ye, popping a slice of pineapple into her mouth, responded, “No, I don’t e
ven feel like eating dinner tonight and I really should renew my gym membership.”