?vehicles on its roads by 2020, 50,000 by 2025 and 1 million by 2030. Great Wall Motor’s hydrogen energy technology center in Baoding started operation in the first half of 2018. It is cap able of manufacturing fuel cell vehicles’ core components, as well as vehicle integration and testing. The center has the country‘s first 104 MPa high-pressure hydrogen cycle test laboratory, first liquid-based hydrogen storage and hydrogen refueling station wi th 70 MPa refueling capability, and first fuel cell vehicle power system testing laboratory. The first-phase investment of the project involved an investment of about 470 million yuan. LONDON – Britain’s opposition Labour PartyRead More →

production plant and a hydrogen liquefaction plant started to extend the company’s operations along the value chain, rang ing from hydrogen production and liquefaction, to hydrogen storage, transport, testing, refueling and applications. The Baoding Great Wall Holdings Group Co Ltd, the indirect controlling shareholder of Great Wall Motor, said it pla ns to acquire all the shares of Shanghai Fuel Cell Vehicle Powertrain Co Ltd soon. That would enable Great Wall M otor to develop and deploy cost-competitive fuel cells for a variety of applications, according to the company. Great Wall Motor has already established an internationally competitive R&D team of 240 technology experts. WithRead More →

not adjusted for more than one year, while 54 percent said their salary was cut due to shrinking bonuses. Nearly 54 percent of those surveyed said they were unable to strike a balance bet ween family and career due to low salary, according to the survey. The survey was based on questionnaires completed by 1,064 employees aged 20 and above from Jan 24 to Feb 11. According to the island’s statistical agency, the real average monthly salary of employees in Taiwan’s industrial and ser vice sectors was NT$38,235 ($1,243) in 2018, which is below the average monthly salary of NT$38,398 in 2001. Employees in theRead More →

Legal professionals from Hong Kong and Macao will be allowed to work as arbitrators in Nansha district of Guangz hou as part of an effort by Guangdong province to strengthen cooperation with the two special administrative regions. Nansha lies within the Guangdong Pilot Free Trade Zone. The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security has approved the introduction of the legal professionals, who will work at the Court of Arbitration for Labor and Personnel Disputes to settle competing claims. Sources at the court said the Hong Kong-and Macao-based arbitrators will be signific ant in promoting the business environment of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.Read More →

  lies to a border town in Colombia, including food and hygiene kits, ready-to-use supplementary foods and high-energy biscuits . It’s pledged $20 million to help Venezuela, and other countries including Canada, the UK and Germany have chipped in, too.   Earlier this week, Guaido named Saturday as the deadline for the aid to cross the border.   But the United States announced Friday preparations to bring aid in through another route.   ”The US and its partners began pre-positioning additional hu manitarian aid for Venezuelans in Boa Vista, Brazil,” the US State Department tweeted.   The aid consists of food kits “containing rice, beans, sugar, and salt to feedRead More →

  Congratulations to Kelly Craft. She’s done a great job representing us as @USAmbCa nada and we know she’ll be a strong voice for America at the United Nations. #USstrong.”   CNN reported earlier this week that Craft was being considered, along with US Ambassador to Germany Richard Gr enell, US Ambassador to France Jamie McCourt and former National Security Council official Dina Powell.   Secretary of State Mike Pompeo released a statement on Friday applauding Trump’s announcement, say ing he is “very pleased” and that Craft “has been an outstanding advocate for America’s national security and eco nomic interests in Canada and she is extremely well-qualified toRead More →

  can only have wished for.Biden’s antidote to Trump’s two years was to promise change.   ”And I promise you, I promise you. As my mother would say, ‘this too shall pass.’ We will be back. We will be back. Don’t have any doubt about that.”   Right on cue more applause fell about him.   No need to guess whom the Munich crowd would put in the White House given the chance.   Two years of Trump has had an impact.   In the hotel this weekend the view is that he is not a safe pair of hands for today’s security challenges.   At a presentation titled “NATO at 70:Read More →

  e diagnosis of the situation,” Czaputowicz said. “They have a similar perspective of problems in the Middle East, and also — let’s b ? e open — the negative role played by Iran. … Howeve n Union and the United States differ in terms of modus operandi, esp ecially via evaluation of JCPOA or Special Purpose Vehicle and their possible impacts.”   Czaputowicz said that in talks, representatives of Germany, France, and the United Kingdom had spoken about the benefits of the nuclear deal.   Secretary of State Mike Pompeo backed up Pence’s aggressive stance on Iran during a press conference at the end of the summit.Read More →

  with maybe a million of his supporters, and I suspect both of us, both sides, will be handing flowers to the military and the people guarding the bridge, and seeing whether they can be persuaded to do what they must realize is the right thing,” Branson said.   Maduro is planning to stage a rival concert on the other side of the Tienditas Bridge in Tachira, Venezuela.   Read More: Aid is piling up on Venezuela’s border. Here’s why it’s not getting in   Photos showed workers setting up scaffolding and stages some 1,000 feet from each oth er, separated only by the containers that the Venezuelan governmentRead More →

  nged. For 15 million years, tyrannosaurs were restricted to this smaller size before evolvin g into giants (about 12 feet tall and 11,000 to 15,500 pounds) over a 16 million-year period.   ”Although the earliest Cretaceous tyrannosaurs were small, their predatory specializations mea nt that they were primed to take advantage of new opportunities when warming tem peratures, rising sea-level and shrinking ranges restructured ecosystems at the beginning of the Late Cr etaceous,” Zanno said. “We now know it took them less than 15 million years to rise to power.”   Moros is most closely related to tyrannosaurs from Asia, which helped the researchers trace the dinosaurs’Read More →