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At a Glance
    2018-12-07  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Rumor refuted

THE city’s traffic authority on Wednesday refuted a rumor concerning the quota for new-energy hybrid vehicles.

The authority clarified that the current policies on the quota for new-energy hybrid vehicles and electric vehicles remain unchanged. Meanwhile, according to the newly revised draft that is seeking public opinion, the quota policy for individuals purchasing an extra electric car will be in line with the current one.

Housing subsidy

A TOTAL of 474 leading talents in certain fields have qualified to receive housing subsidies after preliminary verification, according to the city’s housing authority.

It is the third batch of leading talents to have been granted housing subsidies this year. The list and relevant information has been made public on the official website of the housing and construction bureau from Tuesday to next Monday.

School management

THE Longgang District Education Bureau on Thursday announced on the twitter-like Weibo that Shenzhen Middle School will continue to administer Longgang Junior Middle School according to the original model.

The announcement came as rumors were spread online that Shenzhen Middle School, one of the best middle schools in the city, would no longer administer Longgang Junior Middle School, which made quite a splash among parents who want their children to attain a high-quality education.

Drunk driver

A MAN was caught drunk driving after he caused an accident that damaged roadside facilities in Luohu District recently.

The heavily drunk man, surnamed Liu, forced the driver, who was providing a driving service, out of his car as he thought the driver’s skill wasn’t good enough and he wasn’t familiar with the road.

As Liu drove alone, his car ran into a roadside fence.

A test administered by the police arriving at the scene showed Liu’s blood alcohol content was 151mg/100ml. Liu was criminally detained.

Housing provident fund

IN response to a rumor that employees might not be able to draw from the housing provident fund next year, a staffer with the city’s housing provident fund management center clarified that the fund carries over.

The staffer said that the provident policy has long-term stability. The remaining amount that is not withdrawn in the current year will carry over and accumulate over subsequent years. Moreover, employees can draw from the fund by signing a self-service agreement.

Dog attack

A 3-YEAR-OLD toddler was recently bitten by a neighbor’s dog while playing outdoors. As the dog’s owners refused to pay the compensation, the child’s parents took the owners to court.

After the trial, Nanshan District People’s Court ruled that the two defendants, who were the dog owners, were liable to pay the compensation. They were required to pay a compensation totaling 2,244.18 yuan (US$325.75).

Stock connect

TWO years after its launch, the Shenzhen-Hong Kong stock connect program has become an important platform for global investors to access China’s A-share market.

As of Wednesday, the program’s two-year anniversary, the total turnover through the stock connect had reached 4.15 trillion yuan, data from the Shenzhen Stock Exchange showed.

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