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on the new science and technology innovation board, which will pilot the registration-based IPO system, according to Xinhua.
To accommodate the progress of reforms and development of the capital market, other modifications have also been made, cov
ering public issuance of securities, securities trading, and the protection of investors’ rights and interests, Xinhua said.
Dong expects the latest version to legitimize registration-based IPO systems not only
on the new board, but also across China’s whole A-share market. “Once the system achieves success on the n
ew board, it should be adopted on other submarkets as soon as possible,” Dong said.
President Xi Jinping announced in November that China will launch the S&T innovation board and pilot the registr
ation-based IPO system. Analysts expect the new board to begin trading around the middle of this year.
“The latest draft is expected to make comprehensive revisions, and it could go a long way
toward restoring public investors’ confidence and modernizing the regulation and governance of the ca
pital market,” said Liu Junhai, director of the Business Law Center at Renmin University of China.
donors exceeded 104,000 – more than three times the number for 2015, according to the center.
Last year, 6,302 people donated organs after death in China, an increase of 22 percent compared with 2017. About 20,200 tr
ansplant surgeries were completed last year, an increase of 21 percent compared with 2017, ranking the seco
nd in the world after the United States, according to the National Health Commission.
On average, 6.8 of every 1 million people donated organs after death or while alive for their relatives in Ch
ina last year, a record high, according to the China National Organ Donation and Transplantation Committee.
Guo Yanhong, deputy chief for medical administration and supervision at the National Hea
lth Commission, said that with an increasing number of organ transplant surgeries performed, Chinese phys
icians are also making progress in organ transplant technologies, and a number of world-class centers in trans
plant surgeries, covering major organs such as livers, kidneys, hearts and lungs, have been established in China.
Super Rice project is geared to guarantee stable yields while beefing up crops’ resistance against drought, flooding and diseases,” Li said.
“Thus, farmers are able to save a large amount of resources, such as fertilizers or irrigation water, to fight those issues,” he added.
The sustainability of the approach is welcomed by Philippine agricultural researchers and farmers, according to Jose
Yorobe, a consultant with the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines. He attended a meeting in Beij
ing on Tuesday, along with dozens of representatives from participant countries, that marked the project’s conclusion.
“Because of climate change and population growth, developing countries are now pressured to increase rice prod
uctivity,” he said. “Some high-yield modern varieties are still vulnerable to inclement weather, pests and disease.”
inistration put into practice the Taiwan Travel Act and the Asia Reassurance Initiative Act, both passed last year, to fulfill its promise to the Tsai authorities. In their
letter to US President Donald Trump, some Congress members have said the Taiwan Relations Act will help mai
ntain peace, security and stability in the Indo-Pacific region and suppress Beijing’s so-called aggression.
Moreover, to seek the US’ protection and contain Beijing, the Tsai authorities have been hyping up
the island’s strategic value for Washington. But the fact is, the empty promises given by the Congress me
mbers cannot guarantee any safety to the Tsai authorities and, instead, could put them in danger.
Ahead of the 2020 elections on the island, some US Congress members are incitin
g the Tsai authorities to provoke disputes with the mainland by supporting those seeking “Taiwan ind
ependence”. But since any attempt to split Taiwan from the motherland would lead to a conflict, it will be in the interest of neith
er side of the Straits nor the US. Worse, such a conflict would destroy peace and stability in the entire Asia-Pacific region.