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President’s message calls for tackling legal, security, governance challenges
President Xi Jinping called on Sunday for strengt
hened cooperation among countries to explo re opportunities of digital, internet-based intelligent development and to properly address le
gal, security and governance challenges arising f
rom big data industry development. He made the remarks in a congratulatory letter to the China Internati
onal Big Data Industry Expo 2019, which kicked off i
n Guiyang, Guizhou province. The new generation of information technology, represented by the internet, big data an
d artificial intelligence, is booming at presen
t and has significant and profound influence on various cou ntries’ economic development, social progress and people’s lives, Xi said in the letter.
going reform measures have made its financial market increasingly appealing to overse
as investors,” the administration said on Monday
in a statement on its website. “The administration will continue to support the opening-up of financ
ial markets, meet demand from overseas investors t
o expand investment in the ma rkets and attract global long-term capital to enter China’s financial markets,” it said.
Given the stable performance of the yuan and expectations of balanced capital flows, China’s fore
ange reserves remained stable in April, reaching $3.095 trillion by the end of last month, co mpared with $3.099 trillion by March, according to data released by the administration on Tuesday.
willing to see the accelerated development of the onshore capital market, said analysts, allowing direct fi nancing to play a more significant role in allocating savings and investment, and better serve the economy.
The volunteer team－led by Wu Liangliang, a security guard who has gained online fame for his fluent self-taught En
glish－has also been part of the site’s efforts to provide a more personal managem
ent style, in addition to the city go vernment’s introduction of various measures, including a mobile app, to help tourists.
oodrich, from Seattle, who has been traveling with his wife in the Yangtze River Delta for three weeks, lauded the volunteers’ contributions.
rked in the computer industry since “the era of brick-si zed cellphones”, the 65-year-old said that while technology has provided unimaginable con
traveling is about being a part of the destination and interacting with local residents. “The human connection is always better,” said Goodrich.