eijing, Hangzhou, Johannesburg and London. The events have been broadcast live on inter
net and multimedia platforms, reaching an international audience, particularly young people.
This upcoming event will also be broadcast live on the China Daily website and ap
p, as well as China Daily’s account on Sina Weibo, Tencent Video, Toutiao, Bilibili, Facebook and Twitter platforms.
A former Peking University student suspected of killing his mother has been captured after th
ree years on the run, said a Fuzhou Public Security Bureau official on Thursday, Beijing News reported.
Wu Xieyu was caught at Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport when boa
rding a plane on April 21, the newspaper reported, quoting sources close to the police.
The Belt and Road Initiative aims to build the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and deliver polici
es, infrastructure, trade, financial and people-to-people connectivity via a new platform for a brighter futur
Man suspected of killing mother arrested after three years on the run
CEO of Development Reimagined and former head of the Policy and Par
tnerships, the United Nations Development Programme, and Andreas Pier
otic, trade commissioner of Embassy of Chile in China. The four will also take questions after delivering their speeches.
China Daily’s Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Zhou Shuchun will open the event with a welcome speech on April 27.
Vision China events have been previously held in Beijing, Hangzhou, Joha
nnesburg and London. The events have been broadcast live on internet and mul
timedia platforms, reaching an international audience, particularly young people.
This upcoming event will also be broadcast live on the China Daily website and
app, as well as China Daily’s account on Sina Weibo, Tencent Video, Toutiao, Bilibili, Facebook and Twitter platforms.
les to customers in the second quarter, where it predicted that an estima
ted loss would be “significantly” less than the $702 million lost in the first quarter.
The company delivered about 63,000 vehicles in the first quarter.
The gross profit margin on the Model 3 – a focus for investors – remained steady at 20 percent.
Tesla also announced it would start offering its own ins
urance product in about a month to better reflect the safety of its vehicles.
Tesla reported net loss attributable to common shareholders of $702.1 million, or $4.10 p
er share, in the first quarter ended March 31, compared with a loss of $709.6 million, or $4.19 per share, a year earlier.
Excluding some items, Tesla lost $1.77 per share, compared with
Wall Street expectations of a loss of 69 cents, according to data from Refinitiv.
gions are facing severe lack of water, the institute said. In the meantime, urbanization has increased the amount of waste
water by 4.2 percent annually, from 48.5 billion metric tons in 2013 to 57.1 billion tons in 2017, it said.
China lags behind leading economies in water-use efficien
cy, said Yuan Da, the NDRC spokesman. Every 10,000 yuan in indu
strial added value consumes 45.6 cu m of water, double that for developed economies, he said.
Water conservation should be promoted from developing, using an
d protecting the natural resource with careful all
ocation, said E Jingping, minister of water resources, in an article published by People’s D
aily late last month. Projects that do not pass water conservation assessments will not be approved, he said.
new evaluation system, which will be released by the ministries of
water resources and education, the minister said. A number of universities will be desig
nated along with the participation of private capital, which is expected to get the public involved, he added.
Ma Jun, director of the Institute of Public& Environment
al Affairs, said that the plan is expected to accelerate water conservation.
“The disparity in water resources among different provincial regions means we have to
save more water for a sustainable development for the years to come, even centuries,” Ma said.
“In industrial and agricultural production, more technolo
na’s urbanization process, as now only 11 percent of towns can process waste water.”