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While some netizens praised the story, others felt cheated for the home decoration advertisement afte
r the video. Jiang Luxian, a lawyer from Chengdu, Sichuan province, said the advertisement probably violates relevant provisions of the A
dvertising Law, and the creativity of “sharing father” is also improper for public order and traditions.
Oppein, the creator behind the promotion, however, said on social media that
it hoped everyone would pay attention to the lack of father figures, and return to the family for love.
“Everything can be shared in this era, apart from family love,” the company said.
China’s foreign direct investment climbed 6.4 percent year-on-year to 305.24 billio
n yuan ($44.38 billion) in the first four months, the Ministry of Commerce said Thursday.
Meanwhile, investment from South Korea, the United States and Germany in Chin
a grew 114.1 percent, 24.3 percent and 101.1 percent year-on-year, respectively.
In April alone, FDI amounted to 62.95 billion yuan, up 6.3 percent year-on-year.
decade is likely to be driven by greater global financial sector integration,” said Alfred Schip
ke, the International Monetary Fund’s senior resident representative for China.
Chinese students are increasingly diversifying their choices of destinations for overseas stud
ies, with more students choosing to go to the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada, a new report showed.
In a multiple choice survey for the annual Report on Chinese Students’ Overseas Study, released
on Tuesday, while the United States remains the most popular destination for overseas study this year, pref
erred by 43 percent of the respondents, this was down by 8 percentage points compared with 2015.
US dominance looks uncertain as the number of students inclined to study in the UK r
ose sharply in 2019, accounting for 41 percent, up 9 percentage points compared with 2015.
ational Cooperation, to be held in Beijing on Thursday through Saturday, S
ong said the ministry will help deepen economic and trade cooperation with other coun
tries. “China will build more free trade zones with countries that are willing to do so,” Song added.
“As for the existing free trade zones, we will reduce administrative barriers in trade
and investment and push the formation of a big Belt and Road marketplace.”
While some critics have argued that the initiative will lead countries i
nto debt traps, Song said debt can be solved through joint efforts to promote the devel
opment of BRI economies. “Even though some countries may have high debt levels, as their pace of indus
trialization, urbanization and modernization accelerates, their debts will gradually decrease.”
Joe Kaeser, president and CEO of Siemens AG, said, “If an initiative like the BRI unifies more than two-thirds of the global
population, it will create massive infrastructure and economic movement that will build its own rules.”