spect in a drug-t上海乌托邦女神会所rafficking ring, was accused of organizing the gang’s members to traffic more than 100 kil
ograms of heroin into China, said Yan Qiwei, head of the narcotics control department in Guangxi.
Vietnamese police uncovered a major cross-border drug-trafficking case in February last yea
r, and seized 100.8 kg of heroin, which the suspects were planning to traffic into China from Laos via a b
order crossing in Vietnam. Khoi escaped to China, Yan said, but was detained in Huizhou, Guangdong, in October.
In order to curb drug smuggling from the Golden Triangle, China has tightened manageme
nt in border areas and strengthened law enforcement cooperation with Laos, Myanmar and Th
ailand on intelligence sharing and the control of chemicals used in the production of drugs.
enter around both nations’ legitimate desires to protect some current l
ow-skilled jobs, or at least to allow an easier transition to new jobs and industries.
US administration’s economic policy has rightly focused on the need to retain jobs for working-class people in the US. And, Ch
ina’s companies that export to the US also largely now employ less-skilled working-class people. However, neither the
US nor China can expect to keep, much less get back, low-wage, low-skilled manufacturing jobs.
Many people have the impression that Chinese goods are dominant in US markets. That is true only in a few highly compe
titive, low-profit sectors. According to US Commerce Department data, China has more than 50 percent of the US
market in such items as umbrellas, toys, prepared feathers, footwear, straw products, and bedding.
itoring stations in the China Seismic Experimental Site, which spans Sichuan and Yunnan pro
vinces, since construction of the project was launched about one year ago, Zheng Guoguang, vic
e-minister of emergency management and head of the administration, told a news conference on Friday.
The area previously had about 1,000 monitoring stations.
China is the only country that lists forecasting earthquakes as a government responsibility.
Considering our limited knowledge about earthquakes, the forecasting work has to be based on observation. However, the we
ak signals from underground are often disrupted by electromagnetic interference, he said.
He said that in cooperation with the government of Shenzhen, Guangdong
Tourism Pilot Zone, the hospital injected 38 patients since January last year with HPV 9-valent vacci
ne, charging 9,000 yuan ($1,350) for most of them. One person was given an injection as a wel
fare treatment. The hospital did so without obtaining an official vaccination outpatient license, the statement said.
It said the health commission of Qionghai, which administers the Boao pilot zone, notified
the hospital of penalties on April 18, which included a warning, confiscation of more than 201,000 yuan
in illegal income, a fine of 8,000 yuan and a revocation of its business license as a medical institution.
The HPV 9-valent vaccine, which has only been legally available at the United Family Vaccine
Center of Boao Super Hospital in the pilot zone since May last year, was developed for women between the
ages of 16 and 26 mainly to help prevent cervical cancer caused by nine types of HPV.
More officials have been held to account for violations found in central environmental inspections, raising the total nu
mber of punished officials to more than 12,000, according to the country’s top environmental watchdog.
Most recently, 1,035 officials from eight provincial regions, including Jilin, Zhejiang and Sichuan provinces, were called t
o account for their involvement in 89 environmental violations uncovered in the fourth round of inspections from Augu
st to September 2017, the Ministry of Ecology and Environment said in a news release on Monday.
Among the officials, 218 are in positions at the prefecture level, which is just below
ministerial level, and 320 hold posts equivalent to county head, the ministry said.
While 296 of the officials were summoned, 773 were punished by administrative or Party disciplinary agencies, i
ncluding receiving demerits or warnings that will bar them from promotion for a period of time.
Two officials were transferred to judicial authorities.
uangzhou, provincial capital of Guangdong province, pledged to further cooperate with overseas
counterparts in the fight against endangered animal smuggling in the coming months, said a senior local customs officer.
“Top priorities will be given to big cases: major smuggling gangs, channels and networks,” said Zheng
Jun, deputy director of the Guangzhou customs anti-smuggling bureau, at a news conference in Guangzhou on Thursday.
According to Zheng, Guangzhou customs provided valuable and accurate information to its Malaysian count
erparts in January, resulting in the seizure by Malaysian customs officers of more than 60 kilograms of rhinoceros horns.
au have zero tolerance for smuggling and will introduce more high-tech means and big data
analysis to crack down on smugglers trafficking endangered animals and their products.
Zheng made the remarks after his bureau seized a total of 178.66 kilograms of smugg
led endangered animals and their products, the result of 111 cases since the beginning of the ye