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    2015-04-08  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Dozens to join AIIB

    Dozens of countries from Europe to the Middle East to Africa had joined or applied to become founding members of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) when the deadline closed on April 2.

    Jin Liqun, secretary general of the AIIB’s multilateral interim secretariat, said 29 countries will be founding members at a working conference in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

    

    Pollution sources identified

    Vehicles, coal-burning, airborne dust* and industrial production account for 85 to 90 percent of the major airborne pollution sources in most Chinese cities, new research shows.

    Vehicles are the biggest polluters in Beijing, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, and Guangzhou and Shenzhen in Guangdong Province, while coal-burning emits most particulates in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province, and Nanjing, Jiangsu Province.

    

    Number of wealthy soars

    Although the nation’s economic growth has slowed somewhat over the past year, the number of super rich people has expanded to a record high, according to the recently released China Ultra High Net Wealth Report 2014-2015.

    The number of people from the Chinese mainland who hold assets worth at least 500 million yuan (US$81.35 million) has exceeded 17,000. From 2008 to 2013, the report generally listed no more than 1,000 names.

    

    Civil nomination breaks law

    Hong Kong Chief Executive (CE) Leung Chun-ying said on Sunday that civil nomination and nomination by a nominating committee are two totally different concepts when it concerns the selection of Hong Kong’s next CE by universal suffrage*.

    The so-called civil nomination “violates the Basic Law,” Leung said in a statement responding to remarks of some individuals that civil nomination was proposed when the Basic Law was being drafted.

    Leung reiterated in the statement that during the drafting process of the Basic Law, civil nomination was not mentioned in two of the five drafts.(SD-Agencies)

    

    

    

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