CITIC’s predicament in attracting investment highlights concerns over SOEs’ governance structure as well as their ability to operate in the market economy as the government exits the state sector of the economy.
Inadequate educational resources, coupled with Beijing’s tough stance on controlling its non-resident population, are the underlying causes which have led to the sharpening contradictions.
Among the samples of verdicts published online, corruption cases with high-ranking defendants and high-profile bribery cases were notably missing.
Much more than fifth-generation cellular mobile communication, it is the result of the integration of traditional mobile communications and cloud computing/large data.
To claim that organic food is more nutritious and safer would be misleading consumers, and ultimately hurt the trust between producers and consumers.
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