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At a Glance
    2018-07-27  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Livelihood expenses

THE city’s expenses in nine areas concerning public livelihood reached 141 billion yuan (US$20.8 billion) in the first half of the year, making up nearly 70 percent of total fiscal expenditure.

Education expenditure reached 25 billion yuan, representing a 20 percent rise compared with the same period last year.

Expenditure on social security and employment increased by 17 percent to 8.9 billion yuan, while health care and family planning expenditure increased by 13 percent to 14.2 billion yuan.

Summer pit

A TEENAGER was sentenced to 18 months in jail with a two-year suspension by a Longgang court recently for circulating information on prostitutes via WeChat to help solicit patrons. To earn some money for her family during the summer break, the teenager followed instructions of her cousin, who promised she could earn 5,000 yuan in a month. In fact, she was victimized by a prostitution-organizing group. After they found patrons, the ring members would organize prostitution services at hotels in Hong Kong by charging HK$1,000 (US$127) per customer. The ring members had solicited customers for more than 300 prostitutes, illicitly earning HK$10 million.

Swim dispute

FUTIAN Public Culture and Sports Center apologized for forbidding a man surnamed Zhang from teaching his girlfriend how to swim in the pool July 22.

The center employees forbad Zhang from coaching as they suspected that Zhang, who is professionally trained, had been hired as a private coach. The center explained that coaching for money wasn’t allowed at the natatorium due to safety concerns. The center has developed its own training programs with a sports company.

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