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    2014-07-23  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    BRICS’ bank set in China

    Leaders of the BRICS* emerging market nations launched a US$100 billion development bank and a currency reserves* pool in Brazil on July 15.

    The New Development Bank will be based in Shanghai, and India will preside over its operations for the first five years, followed by Brazil and then Russia. They also set up a US$100 billion currency reserves pool to help countries forestall* short-term liquidity* pressures.

    

    Bus fire suspect detained The suspect involved in July 15’s bus fire in Guangzhou that killed two and injured 32 others was detained on July 16.

    The man, surnamed Ou, who comes from Central China’s Hunan Province, told police after he was arrested that he conducted the attack to vent* his anger because he was in debt after losing money from gambling.

    The ill-fated* bus was servicing Route 301 at the time of the explosion and was fully packed. It had pulled over at Nandunhe stop on Guangzhou Boulevard, where its doors were still open when the blast occurred at around 7:30 p.m.

    

    Chinese-Russian university based in SZ to enroll in 2015

    The first university jointly founded by Russia and China will start accepting students next year at its planned campus in Shenzhen.

    The Russo-Chinese University, founded by Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) and the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), expects to enroll 5,000 students in its first year.

    Students will come from both Russia and China, who would spend their first two years of their program in their home country and the last two years in the foreign country.

    

    Bus inferno kills 43

    At least 43 people were killed when a van carrying flammable liquid* rammed into* the back of a bus and exploded on a busy expressway in Hunan Province on Saturday.

    Two children were among the dead on the bus and at least six people were injured and sent to local hospitals.

    The bus operator was reported to have violated traffic rules that ban such vehicles from expressways late at night.(SD-Agencies)

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