Pledges to boost reform, welfare of public and world stability are laudedPresident Xi Jinping addresses the Central Economic Work Conference, held in Beijing from Dec 18 to 20. (XIE HUANCHI / XINHUA)The New Year's speech delivered by President Xi Jinping on Sunday evening has gone viral on the internet and has won praise from observers at home and abroad with his pledges of greater efforts in boosting reform, public welfare and world stability.
For patients seeking treatment from street markets or the internet, this is an alarming figure: an estimated 1 in 10 medical products circulating in low- and middle-income countries is either substandard or falsified. The finding, released by the World Health Organization in a report on Tuesday, estimates the observed failure rates of substandard and falsified medical products in developing countries at about 10.5 percent, with estimated spending in the order of $30 billion.
President Xi Jinping and his wife, Peng Liyuan, and US President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, pose for a photo in front of the Hall of Supreme Harmony during their visit to the Palace Museum, or the Forbidden City, in Beijing on Nov 8, 2017. (LAN HONGGUANG / XINHUA)In social media messages sent via Twitter, US President Donald Trump enthusiastically thanked his host, President Xi Jinping, for his hospitality and spoke highly of the "incredible" display of diplomacy.
Washington and Pyongyang should forget nuclear buttons at desks and come to the table for talks.
Instead of touting who has the more powerful button, let’s talk about who has the more powerful brain for reasonable solutions.
An inspiring lesson in China’s poverty relief is its practice of setting timetables and mobilizing resources to live up to the strategies. The plans ensure policies and priorities are geared to what should be accomplished in each specific phase. https://t.co/l61hP9rfyl
Is there any similarity between the speech by President Xi Jinping at a crucial party congress on Oct 18, and the National Security Strategy launched by President Donald Trump on Dec 18? A striking resemblance: the unprecedented emphasis laid on innovation https://t.co/faR6TR7ByC
China's top economic planner unveiled plans for a national carbon market on Dec 18 - likely the world's largest - where enterprises can trade their emissions credits. It is another bold step Beijing takes to deliver its Paris Agreement promises. https://t.co/GC3YpCZv8C
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