Xi urges Shanghai to spearhead reforms, opening-up

 

 

 

 

 

>> China urges Korean Peninsula parties to stop provocation

By Zhang Pengxiong

China on Wednesday of March 5 urged parties involved in the Korean Peninsula to improve relations and create an atmosphere for an early resumption of six-party talks.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang made the remarks at a daily news briefing when asked to comment on reports that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) fired seven more short-range projectiles on Tuesday on its east coast.

“As the DPRK’s neighbor, we are concerned about the Korean Peninsula situation and are delighted with the recent improvement of inter-Korean relations,” Qin said.

He cited the recent increase in interactions between the DPRK and the Republic of Korea (ROK), including family reunions and high-level talks last month.

China has made great efforts to promote talks and ease tensions on the Peninsula as Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin has visited the DPRK and ROK, Qin said.

China urges parties concerned to be discreet in speech and action to prevent the situation from escalating, the spokesman said.

The current situation on the Korean Peninsula is stable, and parties concerned should continue to improve relations and avoid provoking each other, Qin said.

The recent series of missile launches, which started on Feb. 21, overlap with ROK-U.S. annual military drills that began last week.

The DPRK said on Wednesday the short-range missile launches were “successful normal training within its own territory,” the official KCNA news agency reported.

The six-party talks between the DPRK, the ROK, the United States, China, Japan and Russia have been suspended since late 2008.

 

 

 

 

>> No re-run of world wars: China Daily

By Liu Lu 

East Asia can “breathe easily” as there will be no re-run of either world wars in 2014, according to a commentary in Wednesday’s China Daily.

The piece by freelance writer and journalist Tim Collard said that the speculative connection between the current international situation and that in 1914, on the eve of World War I, has no stance.

Historical, geographical and cultural differences in Europe and East Asia between 1914 and 2014 are apparent. Circumstances which led Europe into war in 1914 simply do not exist in East Asia in 2014, the commentary said.

“Despite eternal quarrels and mistrust between China and Japan, one cannot conceive of China’s military buildup as a detailed plan for invasion and conquest,” it said.

The article also queried Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s remarks on attributing to China the position occupied by imperial Germany a century ago, and Collard indicated it is Japan that “has already made some unusual moves in regional diplomacy.”

China has shown no sign of resolving the Korean Peninsula issue by force and has no proactive military intentions, it said.

China’s deployment of the aircraft carrier the Liaoning is not aimed at any other specific major power but intends to bring its military capability to a higher level, it said.

 

 

 

 

>> More HK students attend Taiwan colleges

By Yao Yuan, Wu Jihai and Li Hanfang 

The number of students from the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) attending Taiwan colleges has increased threefold in eight years, Taiwan’s educational authority said on Wednesday of March 5.

In 2013, the island’s colleges and universities recruited over 4,100 students from Hong Kong and 4,400 from the Macao SAR, whose number has also doubled from the 2005 figure.

Many Hong Kong high school graduates have opted for Taiwan colleges due to a lack of universities back in Hong Kong, and they are also attracted by the low tuition fees and living costs in Taiwan, according to Taiwan’s educational authority.

The trend has also been made possible by an eased policy in Taiwan to woo non-local students amid a shrinking pool of local students. Last year, the island began to allow its universities and two-year technical institutes to independently recruit students from Hong Kong and Macao.

 

 

 

 

>> China to expand credit for spring plowing

By Fang Dong 

The People’s Bank of China (PBoC) announced on Wednesday of March 5 it will add 20 billion yuan (3.26 billion U.S. dollars) to re-lending quotas for financial institutions to support spring plowing in the world’s most populous country.

The PBoC, the country’s central bank, aims to use the re-lending policy to encourage commercial banks and financial institutions to extend credit during the sowing season.

In the last year, the PBoC has increased the agricultural re-lending quota to 238.9 billion yuan, over 90 percent of which went to western regions and main producing areas.

By the end of 2013, outstanding agricultural loans from rural financial institutions nationwide had amounted to 6.2 trillion yuan, up 16.4 percent year on year.

 

 

 

 

 

>> Experts urge preparations for home price drop

By Shi Hao 

While China strains to rein in soaring home prices in major cities, some voices are asking policy makers to prepare for a possible price fall.

Home demand is slowing in China, and the pressure to prevent price dives instead of hikes will gradually dominate starting in 2016, said Zhong Wei, an expert in the sector with Beijing Normal University on Wednesday of March 5.

Speculators are leaving the property market as diversified investment channels provide high-yielding products, and young people of marriage age, who are major home buyers, will decline, said Zhong.

Official data showed that 4.86 billion square meters of new homes across China were under construction last year, while home sales stood at just 1.16 billion square meters.

“Further measures aiming to boost supply and curb demand may increase the risk of a property bubble burst,” Zhong said.

Zhong is not the first to warn of such risks. Industry insiders said earlier that falling home prices will generate a wait-and-see mood among potential buyers and aggravate stockpiles in the sector as a result.

A sluggish property market will mire related industries, such as steel, cement and home appliances, and result in waning land sale revenues, on which many local governments rely.

Despite all the arguments, many Internet users said that they didn’t believe these experts and considered them mouthpieces of home developers and local governments.

Whether a turning point in China’s skyrocketing home prices is around the corner remains a hotly discussed question, and the country’s property market has showed signs of cooling down.

Of 70 major Chinese cities, six saw monthly drops in new home prices in January, while the number was only two in December, according to official data.

The average monthly increase for new homes slowed slightly to 0.49 percent in January from 0.51 percent in December.

Prices of existing homes also cooled, declining in 13 cities, compared with only five in December.

 

 

 

 

 

>> Police hold anti-terror drill in central China bus station

By Feng Guodong and Lü Dong 

Police held an anti-terrorism drill at a bustling bus station in Wuhan, capital of central China’s Hubei Province on Wednesday night of March 5.

The drill unfolded in a set where five “terrorists” stroke at the ticket hall of the Hongji bus station, resulting in casualties.

Police acted quickly, killing of the two “terrorists” and capturing the other three.

The two-hour drill was intended to enhance local police’s responsiveness and preparedness in the event of a terrorist attack, according to officials from the police bureau of Wuchang District, which organized the drill.

The bus station is located in densely populated downtown Wuhan. It handles over 12,000 passengers on an average day, or as much as 50,000 in busy season.

A group of veiled men and women on Saturday swarmed a train station in southwest China’s Kunming City with knives. The attack has left 29 civilians dead and more than 140 injured.

 

 

 

 

 

>> H7N9 rumor spreaders detained in southwest China

By Xu Ru and Liang Saiyu 

Two men and a woman from southwest China’s Sichuan Province were detained by police after they allegedly spread rumors about H7N9 bird flu on the Internet, local police said via an official account on China’s Twitter-like Sina Weibo on Wednesday of March 5.

The suspects, surnamed Wang, Chen and Han, from the capital city of Chengdu, allegedly posted rumors via WeChat, a popular instant messaging app. They said that many people in the city had died from the H7N9 avian flu. The post was spread widely among netizens and aroused panic among the public, according to Chengdu police’s official account.

Sichuan Province has not reported any human H7N9 cases so far this year.

Two men from north China’s Shanxi Province and northwest China’s Liaoning Province were detained for spreading H7N9 rumors in January.

On Wednesday, east China’s Jiangsu Province reported another H7N9 case.

 

 

 

 

>> Police detain suspects in China subway stampede

By Chen Ji and Lü Dong 

Police detained two suspects on Wednesday of March 5 for causing a stampede in a subway car in south China’s Guangdong Province.

One of the suspects, surnamed Xu, told police that he and his friend, surnamed Yang, decided to try out the pepper stray Yang had when they were riding the subway in Guangzhou on Tuesday morning.

The spray agitated passengers in the car and their subsequent nudging and pushing against one another led to a stampede that injured four.

Police tracked down Xu and detained him, while Yang turned himself in to police on Wednesday afternoon.

 

 

 

 

>> Car accident kills 4, injures 8 in China

By Ming Xing and Lü Dong 

A car lost control and ran into a crowd at a vegetable market in central China’s Hunan Province, killing four people and injuring eight others on Wednesday of March 5.

A pickup truck ran down a ramp and into a crowd at a farm produce market in Huitong County on Wednesday morning. Three people were killed on site while another died in hospital.

Police are looking into the cause of the accident. The truck’s driver, surnamed Zhang, is in police custody.

 

 

 

 

>> 10 dead, 17 injured in NE China bus fire

By Han Xiaojing and Chu Xiaoliang and Sun Yang 

Ten people were killed and another 17 injured in a bus fire on Wednesday morning of March 5 in Jilin City in northeast China’s Jilin Province, local authorities said.

The local fire department was alerted at 7:05 a.m. that a shuttle bus of Fukang wood company was on fire while traveling along a street.

Forty-three people were on board when the fire broke out.

The cause of the accident is under investigation.

 

 

 

 

>> BMW recalls thousands of 7 Series

By Fang Dong 

BMW is to recall from the Chinese market 10,234 of its 7 Series sedans installed with a system that allows key-less access and starts, China’s top quality watchdog said on Wednesday of March 3.

A fault in the “Comfort Access System” may trigger safety hazards, said the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, with which BMW filed the recall notice.

The recall, starting on March 24, involves 8,676 cars produced between March 10, 2004 and July 31, 2008. These cars can suffer faults when started with the Comfort Access System.

The doors of the other 1,558 vehicles, produced between March 1, 2004 and July 8, 2008, have faulty locks that may appear to be locked but actually not, which means the doors may open unexpectedly on bumpy roads.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

>> Agendas for NPC, CPPCC annual sessions on March 6, 2014

By Fu Shuangqi 

Following are the agendas for the second sessions of the 12th National People’s Congress (NPC) and the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) on Thursday of March 6.

 

NPC:

• NPC deputies will hold panel discussions about the report on government work delivered by Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday of March 5.

• At 9 a.m., panel discussions about the government work report by delegations from Anhui, Guizhou, Ningxia and Shanxi will be open to media.

• At 3 p.m., panel discussions about the government work report by delegations from Xinjiang, Fujian, Sichuan, Shanghai, Hainan, Chongqing, Hubei, Macao, Guangxi, Henan, Shandong and Beijing will be open to journalists. Details of the locations are available at www.npc.gov.cn/pc/12_2

• At 9 a.m., Finance Minister Lou Jiwei will give a press conference on fiscal and tax reform at the press center of the two sessions.

• At 10:30 a.m., Agriculture Minister Han Changfu will give a press conference on rural reform at the press center of the two sessions.

• At 4 p.m., Minister in charge of National Health and Family Planning Commission Li Bin will will give a press conference at the press center of the two sessions.

 

 

CPPCC:

• At 9 a.m., members of the 12th CPPCC National Committee will hold panel discussions on the government work report.

• At 3 p.m., members of the CPPCC National Committee will continue panel discussions on the government work report, the national economic and social development plan and the central and local budgets.

• At 9 a.m., panel discussions about the government work report will be open to journalists from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and foreign countries in six locations. Details of the activities can be found at www.cppcc.people.com.cn.

• At 2:30 p.m., five political advisors will give a press conference on major economic issues. They include renowned economists Li Yining, Chen Xiwen, deputy director of the Central Agricultural Work Leading Team and Li Yanhong, chairman and chief executive officer of Baidu.

 

 

 

 

>> Xi urges Shanghai to spearhead reforms, opening-up

By Cheng Jing 

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday of March 5 urged the financial hub of Shanghai to continue its leading role in spearheading the country’s ongoing reform and opening-up drive.

Xi made the remarks while taking part in a panel discussion with a delegation from Shanghai during the annual session of the National People’s Congress (NPC).

He encouraged officials to make bold moves in the Shanghai free trade zone (FTZ), launched last year as a test bed for deepening market-oriented reforms, to explore applicable systems for nationwide replication.

China aims to liberalize interest rates, facilitate cross-border use of the Chinese yuan and allow individuals in the zone to sidestep China’s restrictions on investing in securities abroad.

The FTZ has also been billed as an outpost to test greater liberalization of China’s service sector.

Stressing that the FTZ is a national strategy, Xi called for greater efforts in facilitating trade and investment, as well as effective supervision and legal regulation, to achieve concrete results.

“Stress tests should also be carried out to prevent systematic risks, especially from the financial sector,” he added.

The president also called for innovations in Shanghai’s social management and governance.

The 12th NPC, China’s parliamentary body, opened its second annual session on Wednesday morning at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

 

 

 

 

>> Chinese leaders join lawmakers in panel discussions

By Gui Tao 

China’s top legislator Zhang Dejiang and other leaders on Wednesday of March 5 joined the country’s lawmakers in panel discussions at the ongoing annual parliamentary session.

Zhang called on lawmakers to turn the country’s reform blueprints into reality with confidence and pragmatic spirit.

“We should strengthen our confidence in reform and realize that it is the only way out,” said Zhang, chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC), while joining discussion with deputies from east China’s Zhejiang Province.

Calling 2014 “a year of reform,” Zhang urged the legislators to work with a down-to-earth spirit and put great importance on the implementation of reform measures.

He also stressed that the fundamental direction for the deepening of reform should be upholding and developing socialism with Chinese characteristics.

Top political advisor Yu Zhengsheng attended the panel discussion with lawmakers from the central province of Hubei.

Yu urged NPC deputies to comprehensively deepen reform while also considering the situations in different areas.

Yu, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, said that unreasonable industry monopolies should be broken up in a bid to let the market play a decisive role in allocating resources.

He also urged environmentally friendly economic development.

“We should enhance mechanism building to better protect the environment,” he said.

Liu Yunshan, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, attended the panel discussion with lawmakers from north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

He stressed social stability and ethnic unity in the discussion.

“We should promote the tradition of all ethnic groups ‘breathing the same air and sharing the same fate,’” he said. “We should cherish ethnic unity in the way we cherish our own eyes.”

Wang Qishan, head of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, underlined anti-corruption when he joined discussion with deputies from Beijing.

“The battle against corruption is a major political task of the Party,” Wang said, adding that it is necessary to deepen the reform of the discipline inspection system.

The NPC annual session opened Wednesday in Beijing.

 

 

 

 

>> Mainland’s Taiwan affairs chief expects to visit Taiwan before June

By Fu Shuangqi 

The Chinese mainland’s Taiwan affairs chief said on Wednesday of March 5 that he expects to visit Taiwan in the first half of this year.

The two sides of Taiwan Strait are expected to make new moves in building closer relations, said Zhang Zhijun, director of the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, at a panel discussion of the Taiwan delegation during the ongoing annual parliamentary session.

Zhang met Wang Yu-chi, his Taiwan counterpart, in eastern Chinese city of Nanjing last month and accepted Wang’s invitation to return the visit to the island.

When elaborating what to be done this year, Zhang said the two sides should build up the political foundation for cross-Strait peace, which is to adhere to the 1992 Consensus, oppose Taiwan independence and jointly uphold One-China principle.

The mainland will issue more preferential policies to benefit as many ordinary Taiwan people as possible and deepen exchanges and cooperation, he said.

The mainland-based Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Strait will continue regular talks with Taiwan’s Straits Exchange Foundation and try to finish follow-up negotiations of the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement within this year, he added.

 

 

 

 

>> China will meet economic targets: minister

By Zhang Zhongkai

China has the confidence, conditions and capability to meet its new growth targets for 2014, top economic planner Xu Shaoshi said on Wednesday of March 5.

China will meet the targets — outlined in the government work report delivered by Premier Li Keqiang Wednesday — of keeping GDP growth around 7.5 percent and inflation about 3.5 percent, said Xu, minister in charge of the National Development and Reform Commission, at a press conference.

Reports about China’s economic hard landing are just regular hype, Xu said, citing the fact that China maintained steady growth amid last year’s global economic downturn as well as expectations that China’s urbanization, industrialization, agricultural modernization and increasing use of computer networks will unleash strong growth momentum.

We have to look at the bigger picture of economic growth despite some economic growth indicators fluctuating due to seasonal factors in the first two months of the year, he added.

Continued reform, an innovation drive in all sectors and experiences in macroeconomic control ensure that China enjoys promising growth prospects, according to Xu.

 

 

 

 

>> China emphasizes Hong Kong, Macao development

By Zhu Shaobin 

A senior official said on Wednesday of March 5 that the Chinese government will continue to support economic growth in Hong Kong and Macao.

Economic policies in the country’s 13th five-year plan (2016-2020) will especially support Hong Kong in consolidating and lifting its status as an international center for finance, trade and shipping, said Xu Shaoshi, minister in charge of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country’s top economic planning body.

Meanwhile, the development of Guangdong’s Hengqin, an island separated from Macao by the Pearl River Estuary, will also bring opportunities for Macao’s diversified development, said Xu at a press conference during the second session of China’s 12th National People’s Congress (NPC).

The ongoing 12th five-year plan, set for 2011-2015, is a guideline for the nation’s overall economic and social development. Research work for the 13th five-year plan is under way, Xu said.

Xu said that further efforts are to be made in speeding up infrastructure construction, such as a high-speed rail link and cross-sea bridges among the mainland, Hong Kong and Macao.

“So far, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) project is going smoothly and we look forward to its opening by 2016,” Xu said. The HZMB, a combination of bridges, a tunnel and artificial islands, will cross the Pearl River Estuary and link Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macao when completed.

Meanwhile, two-way investment will be boosted and the government will continue to support mainland companies to issue bonds in Hong Kong.

Efforts will be made to ensure that the mainland’s basic supplies to Hong Kong and Macao, such as natural gas, electricity and water, are in order, he said.

He also hoped that a plan proposed last year for the establishment of a free trade zone for Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao will soon receive the approval of authorities in order to enhance mainland-HK-Macao cooperation.

 

 

 

 

>> Xinjiang chairman pledges firm crackdown on terrorism

By Fu Shangqi 

Fighting terrorism and maintaining stability will be the top priority in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, said the regional government’s chairman on Wednesday of March 5.

The regional government will firmly crack down on any forms of terrorism, extremism and separatism, said Nur Bekri, chairman of the regional government, at a panel discussion of the Xinjiang delegation during the annual parliamentary session that opened Wednesday.

Last year the region was hit by several brutal terrorist attacks, which took innocent lives and caused huge property loss, he said.

“While economic and social development have progressed well and people’s lives have improved in Xinjiang, the battle against separatism is still harsh and complicated,” he said. “Terrorists never rest.”

Nur Bekri strongly denounced the terrorist attack at a railway station in the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming late Saturday, when knife-wielding assailants killed 29 civilians and injured another 143.

Any country under the rule of law and any individual with conscience will not tolerate such an act, he said.

“We should see through the ugly nature of terrorists. They are anti-humanity and sociopathic.”

The people in Xinjiang support the Party and the government’s efforts to fight terrorists and safeguard stability, he said.

Terrorists are common enemies to all people, including every ethnic group in Xinjiang, he said.

“They do not represent any ethnic group, and their activities are not about ethnic or religious issues,” he said. “The battle against them is life-or-death.”

 

 

 

 

>> Minister calls for public to expose environmental damage

By Cao Kai, Hua Yedi and Sun Yi 

China’s Minister of Environmental Protection Zhou Shengxian on Wednesday of March 5 called for the public to expose environment-damaging activities and vowed to severely punish those who commit them.

According to recent inspections carried out by the ministry, a few enterprises were found to have secretly discharged pollutants and some environmental protection authorities had loose supervision, Zhou told reporters after the opening of the annual session of the National People’s Congress (NPC).

Some local governments have protected enterprises that have illegally discharged pollutants, he said.

Environment is perhaps the top concern for the Chinese public during the NPC session, which comes just days after residents in northern and eastern China were choked by heavy smog for a whole week before long-awaited showers and wind swept it away.

The prolonged smog once again highlighted the urgency of tackling environmental pollution, after decades of rapid economic growth.

On Wednesday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang “declared war” against pollution and pledged to fight it with the same determination the country has battled poverty.

The government will take strong measures to prevent and control pollution, with the focus on mega-cities and regions with frequent smog, Li told lawmakers in his first government work report delivered at the opening of the NPC annual session.

The State Council, China’s Cabinet, issued the Air Pollution Prevention and Control Action Plan in last September to deal with serious smog across the country.

The action plan requires PM2.5 (particles smaller than 2.5 microns in diameter) in populated regions and cities to be reduced significantly by 2017.

 

 

 

 

>> 50 mln tonnes of grain lost, wasted annually in China: official

By Wang Cong, Sun Tiexiang and Wang Min 

About 50 million tonnes of grain are lost or wasted each year in China, the State Administration of Grain director Ren Zhengxiao said in Beijing on Wednesday of March 5.

The figure is equal to about 8.3 percent of the country’s total annual grain production.

According to Ren, who is also a member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference National Committee, about 35 million tonnes of grain are lost or wasted in the course of storage, transportation and processing, while the rest is wasted in the kitchen and on the table.

He said food security awareness must be raised among the public, adding that a national drive to improve grain storage facilities across the country, which began in 2013, could help conserve 750,000 tonnes of grain each year.

 

 

 

 

>> Official clarifies rise in central investment budget

By Zuo Wei 

China’s 2014 draft central budget for investment programs has increased, but a substantial portion will be used to fund projects in public welfare, a senior official from China’s top economic planner said on Wednesday of March 5.

“We will allocate 100 billion yuan (16.32 billion U.S. dollars) to support infrastructure projects, or those of comprehensive or strategic importance,” said Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), at a press conference.

Xu made the remarks on the sidelines of the annual session of the National People’s Congress (NPC), the country’s top legislature, when commenting on a rise in investment funds in the just-unveiled government draft budget for 2014.

The draft budget submitted to the NPC for review on Wednesday showed this year’s funds for investment will increase 20 billion yuan to 457.6 billion yuan, if approved.

Xu said the 100 billion yuan in investment funds will flow into shantytown renovation projects and affordable housing, as well as to benefit agriculture, public utilities, the environment and the development of frontier towns and ethnic minority regions.

In China, the NDRC is in charge of the review and approval of large investment projects receiving central government funds, and the commission is sometimes criticized for bureaucracy and lack of transparency.

“It’s important to make every penny count,” Xu said, adding that a key solution is to deepen reform in the administrative approval system.

As part of a wider campaign to streamline government administration, a total of 44 items requiring review and approval of the NDRC have been canceled or delegated to lower-level departments, according to Xu.

 

 

 

 

>> Construction on Beijing’s new airport to start soon

By Cheng Jing 

Construction on a new airport in south Beijing is likely to start before July, local authorities have disclosed.

The new airport is expected to be put into use in 2018, according to Wang Xueqiu, senior political advisor of the northern Chinese city Langfang, where around one third of the airport will be.

The airport will help ease pressure on Beijing Capital International Airport, which remained the world’s second-busiest airport in 2013 in terms of passenger throughput. Its passenger volume reached 83.65 million.

Annual passenger volume at the new airport is expected to be 130 million, surpassing that of Atlanta International Airport, currently the world’s busiest, said Wang, also a deputy to the National Peolpe’s Congress, China’s top legislature.

Wang is looking to the new airport to drive development of related industries in the less-developed city amid the country’s strategic move to better integrate cities around Beijing.

Beijing and neighboring Tianjin Municipality and Hebei Province should coordinate in city planning, environmental protection, industry and market integration to build a functioning urban agglomeration, Chinese President Xi Jinping said at a meeting last month.

Guo Jinlong, secretary of the Beijing Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China, has promised that Beijing will speed up infrastructure building, especially on transport, to integrate growth with neighboring Hebei Province.

 

 

 

 

 

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