China is taking Cleantech more and more serious. But new laws are not bad only, they are a chance for swiss supplier of cleantech to make good business. The revised environmental protection law showed its teeth in its first two months, with more than 350 polluters receiving severe punishments, the national environmental watchdog said on March 2.
Considered the toughest measure against pollution to date, the new Environmental Protection Law, which took effect on Jan 1, levels stiff penalties on polluting companies, especially with its stipulations that polluters must pay daily fines for violations and with no ceiling on the total.
In the first two months of the year, 15 polluting companies were hit with daily fines, the largest one paying a total of 1.9 million yuan ($303,000). The total paid by the 15 reached 7.23 million yuan, which represented “a good beginning of the revised law”, according to Pan Yue, the deputy minister of environmental protection, on March 2.
EnfoDesk estimated the total transaction value of China online employment market exceeded RMB3.24 billion (US$526.67 million) in 2014 and the market is keeping stable growth. It is estimated that in 2017, it will will be over RMB5.33 billion (US$886.41 million), reports our friends at China Internet Watch.
There are more opportunities for online job hunters with low-level of education and grassroots blue-collar workers. With easy access to Internet as well as popularity of mobile device, they tend to find jobs on the internet.
China online employment market now involves human resource market’s many services, such as headhunting service, job assessment, training, HR outsourcing and consulting. News platform, vertical employment platform，as well as social employment platform will be in the competition.
The popularity of internet in tier-3 & 4 cities and in rural areas as well as small & medium enterprises’ IT improvement promote the development of China online employment in 2014. Besides, the essential reason is that China’s fast-growing economy stimulates continuous need for human resources.
China’s newly installed wind power capacity jumped to a record high of 19.81 million kilowatts in 2014, according to an industry briefing by the National Energy Bureau (NEB) Feb 12.
Wind power generated 153.4 billion kilowatt hours of on-grid electric power in 2014, contributing to 2.78 percent of the country’s total generated electricity, said Shi Lishan, deputy director of the NEB’s new and renewable energy department.
The year saw more wind power construction and development, with newly-approved wind power capacity reaching 36 million kilowatts, a year-on-year increase of 6 million, Shi said.
The average usage of wind power in 2014, however, slumped to 1,893 hours from 2,074 hours in the previous year, partly due to weak wind conditions throughout the year, Shi added.
The wind power sector generated 134.9 billion kilowatt hours of electricity in China in 2013, making it the country’s third-largest source of electricity, after thermal power and hydro power.
The turnover of this year’s “Double 11″ shopping festival reached 57.1 billion yuan ($9.32 billion), as shown on the screen at the headquarters of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, on Nov 12. Many newspaper around the world where spreading this news, but there is more behind.
Unlike visiting brick-and-mortar stores, online shopping may seem a lonely experience as there are no salespeople fawning on you or recommending things that they think would interest you.
Though they lack in human interaction, online websites do know what you are looking for, thanks to big data technology.
Big data usually includes data sets with sizes beyond the ability of commonly used software tools to capture, curate, manage, and process data within a tolerable time.
The real impact of big data in online shopping was evident after the recently concluded “Double 11″ shopping festival. Shoppers could find slightly different front pages when they visited Taobao and Tmall, the two major online websites of China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. Based on previous shopping records, Alibaba recommended goods that suit your tastes and needs, to ensure that there is something that will certainly interest you the moment you click on the website.
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Damals hatte die von den USA ausgehende Finanzkrise auch Chinas Wirtschaft getroffen. Peking hat mit massiven Konjunkturprogrammen erfolgreich gegengesteuert und nicht nur sich selbst auf die Beine geholfen, sondern der gesamten Weltwirtschaft. Dieser Impuls wird dieses Mal ausbleiben.
China’s exports saw the fastest growth in 19 months, expanding by 15.3 percent from a year ago to $213.7 billion in September, customs data showed on Oct 13. But, what exporters want to know, imports increased 7 percent year-on-year to $182.7 billion and total foreign trade volume rose 11.3 percent to $396.4 billion, the General Administration of Customs (GAC) said. The growth rate in imports in September also marked the highest level since December 2013, according to GAC.
Trade surplus in September more than double from last year to $31 billion, compared with $49.8 billion seen in August. For the January-September period, China’s foreign trade added 3.3 percent year on year to reach $3.16 trillion , with exports up 5.1 percent at $1.7 trillion, imports up 1.3 percent at $1.46 trillion. Trade surplus in the first three quarters expanded by 37.8 percent from previous year to $231.6 billion.