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ld correct our mistakes when we have made any and guard against them when we have not.
should address young people’s concerns in employment, starting business, integrating into the society, love, marriage and making friends, carin
g for the elderly and raising children, so as to cre
ate favorable conditions for their development. We should educate and guide young people to view the world pr
operly, to understand the national conditio
ns comprehensively, and to grasp the trend of the era.
Communist Youth League asked to mobilize youth for Chinese Dream The Communist Youth League of China (CYLC) shall unite and lead Chi
nese youth of the new era to strive for the Chinese D
ream of national rejuvenation. The CYLC should serve their duties of guiding and uniting the youth, mobilizing them, connecting them and providing services.
Youth urged to have concerns for humanityThe Chinese youth should work for the building of a community with a shared future for humanity.
by the smugglers, Sun said. Busts were made in several locations, which were not disclosed. The case is still under investigation.
Since early this year, 182 smuggling cases involving e
ndangered species have been investigated, the administration said on Monday. More than 500 tons of endangered animals and animal products were seized, 8.48 t
ons of wh
ich was ivory tusks or products made of ivory. In those cases, 171 suspects were detained. The Chinese government suspended imports of ivory and all ivor
y products in 2015 and ended commercial processing
and sale of ivory at the end of 2017. The ban has had significant positive effects, with fewer people purchasing ivory, according to a report j
ointly released last year by the World Wildlife Fund and TRAFFIC, an NGO that tracks the global trade in wild animals.
“We will str
engthen our anti-smuggling efforts, continuing to work with international organizations and depart ments and allowing no tolerance of those illegal activities,” said Hu Wei, deputy director of the administration.
fivefold in the past few years, which helps reduce trade disparities with developed
economies. He called on all CEE nations to take th
e opportunity to deepen economic and trade cooperation with China. Zhong Shan, minister of commerce, said over 1,000 people participated, the most since th
e event started nine yea rs ago. “It demonstrates the increasing confidence in the forum and cooperation with China at large,” he said.
t years, China’s trade with CEE nations has seen rapid growth. According to the Ministry of Commerce, China’s imports from the countries have risen by 24.6 percent to $23 billion. Chinese compan
ies have invested over $10 billion in CEE nations, which in turn have injected more than $1.5 billion into China,
focusing on machinery, auto compone
nts, the chemical industry, financing and environmental protection. After the forum, Li and Plenkovic attended an exhibition of Chin
a-CEEC education cooperation and a dialogue mechanism to boost cooperation among small an
d medium-sized enterprises from both sides. Before leaving for Beijing, Li also had separate