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    2016-03-16  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Regulation of taxis

    The chief of transport authority on Monday criticized subsidies car-hailing* applications are offering to their users, pledging to better regulate for-profit rides by private cars.

    Yang Chuantang, head of the Transport Ministry, said giving subsidies is a “short-term move” and imposes “unfair competition” on the traditional taxi business. “The purpose [of giving subsidies] is to attract more passengers and to gain a bigger market share. The apps are profit-driven and will not give out subsidies forever,” said Yang.

    Gated walls

    Local governments in Changsha are trying to improve their connection with the public by tearing down the walls of previously gated compounds*.

    The capital of Central China’s Hunan Province, an important commercial center, has issued the guideline amid efforts to increase public space and turn it into “a city with 1,000 parks.” It said that district and county government communities should open up to the public as part of the urban road system, with government compounds to become community parks.

    Anti-graft drive

    China’s judicial* authorities said on Sunday that the country will continue to maintain “high pressure” on corruption as authorities press on with a sweeping* anti-graft drive.

    Twenty-two Chinese ex-officials at the ministerial level or above, including former leader Zhou Yongkang, were prosecuted last year while 41 were subject to formal investigations, up from 28 in 2014, Procurator-General Cao Jianming told lawmakers when presenting the Supreme People’s Procuratorate’s work report for 2015.

    Foreign investment

    China will further increase foreign investors’ access to service and high-end manufacturing sectors, Minister of Commerce Gao Hucheng said on Sunday.

    Sectors of finance, education, culture and logistics will be opened wider to foreign capital, and restrictions on high-end manufacturing will be relaxed, Gao said on the sidelines of the annual parliamentary* session. Gao hoped foreign investment will help China’s State-owned enterprises innovate and upgrade. (SD-Agencies)

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