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At a Glance
    2018-08-20  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Intl. roaming fees cut

CHINA Unicom, China’s second-largest telecom operator, recently announced on its official website that it has cut international roaming fees by up to 97 percent, Securities Daily reported.

According to the announcement, the operator will reduce its international roaming fees for voice calls by an average of 44 percent across 18 countries and regions such as Canada, Morocco, Mozambique and Botswana. By doing so, the fees for voice calls in 215 countries and regions will be less than 3 yuan (about US$0.44) per minute.

New energy vehicles

A TOTAL of 73.5 percent of 2,006 respondents have considered buying new energy vehicles (NEV), according to a recent survey released by China Youth Daily.

Regarding the advantages of NEVs, especially electric vehicle (EV), 58.8 percent of the respondents believed they have lower energy-costs, 37.7 percent believed they have excellent power performance, and 25.5 percent believed they are easier to gain license plates.

“NEVs are better in aspects such as the exemption from restrictions on license plate numbers, the lower price of electricity versus that of petrol and the particular appeal to environmentalist consumers,” said Lin Boqiang, head of China Institute for Studies in Energy Policy at Xiamen University.

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