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detour before reaching a deal sooner or later, then the economic impact for consumers in China and t
he US, as well as other parts of the world, will be f
airly costly, said Chen Wenling, chief econ omist at the China Center for International Economic Exchanges.
they buy finished products or goods made from r aw materials and components, the tariffs still exist, Chen said.
ion will make goods produced by both countries less co mpetitive and cause large-scale job losses, said Chen.
uo, former vice-minister of commerce, said economic conflict s and trade friction between China and the US that draw global attention will happen fro
m time to time in the future, and these should be rationally regarded and prepared for.
ld correct our mistakes when we have made any and guard against them when we have not.
should address young people’s concerns in employment, starting business, integrating into the society, love, marriage and making friends, carin
g for the elderly and raising children, so as to cre
ate favorable conditions for their development. We should educate and guide young people to view the world pr
operly, to understand the national conditio
ns comprehensively, and to grasp the trend of the era.
Communist Youth League asked to mobilize youth for Chinese Dream The Communist Youth League of China (CYLC) shall unite and lead Chi
nese youth of the new era to strive for the Chinese D
ream of national rejuvenation. The CYLC should serve their duties of guiding and uniting the youth, mobilizing them, connecting them and providing services.
Youth urged to have concerns for humanityThe Chinese youth should work for the building of a community with a shared future for humanity.
rn plateau in 2015 from Jiangsu, whose students regularly post some of the best exam result
s in China. Some members of the original teachin
g group have left and been replaced by new arrivals. As experts in teaching methods and education theory, they we
re keen to bring their experience and knowledge to Tibet, where education was once exclusive to the ar
istocracy. Their efforts are paying off, as both stu
dents and local teachers are benefiting from their presence. The school, a secondary boarding establishment, was establ
ished by the Jiangsu government in 2014 with an investment of 263 million yuan ($39 million).
It is home
to 2,890 students, more than 90 percent of whom are Tibetan, and the 316 teachers provide 63 classes. Exc uding the 47 educators from Jiangsu, the teachers are locals of both Han and Tibetan ethnicity.
nts, from juniors to seniors, said the Jiangsu teachers ar e more patient and softer-tempered than those at their old schools and the classes are more interesting.