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    Revenue of Macao's industry sector amounted to 11.69 billion Macao pataca ($1.47 billion) in 2019, an increase of 5.0 percent year-on-year, the special administrative region's statistic service said here on Saturday.The latest report from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) indicated that a total of 900 operating establishments were engaged in industrial related activities, including manufacturing and electricity, gas and water supply, in Macao in 2019, representing a decrease of 16 year-on-year.The total number of persons engaged grew by 124 to 12,553, the DSEC report added.The value of production in 2019 reached 11.55 billion Macao pataca, accounting for 98.8 percent of total sector revenue and recording an increase of 5.0 percent year-on-year.The expenditure of these operating establishments rose by 7.7 percent to 8.64 billion Macao pataca, mainly driven by a 9.3 percent growth in compensation of employees.As the increase in expenditure was greater than that in revenue, the gross surplus of the sector dropped by 1.9 percent year-on-year to 3.05 billion Macao pataca in 2019.The gross value added that measures the sectoral contribution to the economy grew by 2.7 percent to 5.41 billion Macao pataca, while the gross fixed capital formation declined by 10.0 percent to 1.74 billion Macao pataca.Revenue of Macao's industry sector amounted to 11.69 billion Macao pataca ($1.47 billion) in 2019, an increase of 5.0 percent year-on-year, the special administrative region's statistic service said here on Saturday.The latest report from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) indicated that a total of 900 operating establishments were engaged in industrial related activities, including manufact

  OVID-19 induced recession. "The economy is recovering robustly, but we are still in a deep hole," he said.The Fed last week kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged at the record-low level of near zero and signaled to maintain this target range until at least 2023, noting that the path of the economy will depend significantly on the course of the coronavirus.Clarida's remarks came after Charles  Photo taken on Sept. 24, 2020 shows the innovation exhibition zone of the INCLUSION Fintech Conference held in Shanghai, east China. (Xinhua/Fang Zhe)As many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) worldwide have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, fintech is expected to provide them opportunities to shake off the negative impact and thus inject new momentum into the global economic recovery.Besides the demonstration of innovative applications of fintech in China, more than 40 online and offline sessions were held at the three-day INCLUSION Fintech Conference in Shanghai, covering global inclusion and openness, innovative fintech, global ecosystems and partners, and green solutions and sustainability.Although the world economy remains shrouded in the gloomy shadow of the coronavirus, the financial inclusion and technological innovation brought by China's fintech industry have offered a silver lining.CONNECTING GLOBAL MARKETSEric Jing, executive chairman of Chinese fintech firm Ant Group, described at the conference how an electronic trade platform can empower SMEs in Africa, with a cup of Rwandan coffee that he personally brewed.The coffee beans were transported to China through the Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP) initiative proposed by Alibaba. Despite the disruptions to transport caused by the pandemic, it takes less than a fortnight for the coffee beans to reach Chinese consumers from coffee farms in Rwanda."By cutting out the middlemen, the platform reduces costs. Coffee farmers in Africa can earn an additional four U.S. dollars for every kilogram they sell," Jing said.Chili sauce, made in Rwanda, has also found its way to Chinese dinner tables through the eWTP.Sami Farhad, senior director of the globalization office of Alibaba Group, said local young people in Rwanda are now more willing to return their hometowns to work because the average daily income of farmers there is five or six times what they used to earn in cities."Seizing opportunities to improve financial access was already a priority for countries worldwide before the pandemic. But it is even more urgent now because groups that already lack access are being hit particularly hard by COVID-19," said International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva.According to Georgieva, under such circumstances, financial inclusion and fintech can help people to connect to opportunities and avoid slipping into poverty.CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGIESYuan Jing, a crystal glass merchant in Yiwu, a city in east China's Zhejiang Province and known as the "World's Supermarket," never thought that blockchain would one day play an important role in her work.Ant Group on Friday unveiled Trusple, a digital international trade and financial service platform powered by AntChain, the company's blockchain-based technology solutions, at the INCLUSION Fintech Conference.Trusple aims to make it easier and less costly for all users, especially SMEs, to sell their products and services to customers around the world. This innovative application of blockchain technology is designed to offset the lack of trust in transactions inherent within traditional cross-border trade and promote the smooth flow of global trade amid the pandemic.During the pre-launch testing period conducted this month, Yuan completed the first transaction on the Trusple platform, sending a consignment of goods headed to Mexico.Yuan said selling crystal glass to Africa and Latin America used to be a tough task for her -- customers would make a down payment of 30 percent and the last 30 percent of the payment would be received after one to two months, which always kept her on tenterhooks.This time, however, Yuan received payment the day after the goods arrived in Mexico."With the help of Trusple, my business is expected to achieve a growth of at least 30 percent next year," said Yuan.On the day Trusple was launched, Standard Chartered announced the successful completion of the first cross-border live transaction on the platform."SMEs around the world contribute up to 40 percent of GDP in emerging economies and are important contributors to job creation. By integrating our leading financial capabilities into the Trusple network, we have a real opportunity to facilitate these businesses' participation in the growing intra-Asia trade ecosystem and support the development of sustainable supply chains in the region," said Neil Daswani, global head of business banking and corporate partnerships at Standard Chartered.Achim Steiner, administrator of the UN Development Programme, said during his video address to the opening ceremony of the INCLUSION Fintech Conference that some of the most visible "added value" of the digital revolution has been seen in the realm of fintech, which has the capacity to underpin positive changes."Now is the time for nations to seize upon the renewed global solidarity to fully harness the power of digital finance to build forward better," said Steiner.Photo taken on Sept. 24, 2020 shows the innovation exhibition zone of the INCLUSION Fintech Conference held in Shanghai, east China. (Xinhua/Fang Zhe)As many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) worldwide have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, fintech is expected to provide them opportunities to shake off the negative impact and thus inject new momentum into the global economic recovery

mberg Television."We now think that to anchor inflation expectations at 2%, we need, coming out of recessions, to spend some time above 2% to balance off those times that we've been below," Clarida said. "We don't want it to be a fleeting, you know, one quarter and done."Clarida noted that it would take several years before the Fed starts raising rates, as the U.S. economy is recovering from the C如下图

  line' will shatter the illusion that the PLA does not have the capability or the will to conduct routine exercises in the region and reunify the country by force," he said.Song Xiaojun, a military commentator for China Central Television, said the recent live combat drill by the PLA Eastern Theater Command is a test of China's ability to fight a war involving multiple branches of the military, and

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  saction on the platform."SMEs around the world contribute up to 40 percent of GDP in emerging economies and are important contributors to job creation. By integrating our leading financial capabilities into the Trusple network, we have a real opportunity to facilitate these businesses' participation in the growing intra-Asia trade ecosystem and support the development of sustainable supply chains

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  A student choir performs on stage at a gala event to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival and the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China at Richmond Olympic Oval in Richmond, Canada, Sept. 14, 2019. (Xinhua/Liang Sen)Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusNearly 70 percent of Chinese students said they greatly or somewhat dislike online learning at Canadian universities, according to the latest report by Easy Group.Less than 10 percent of students felt positively about online learning, with less than 5 percent enthusiastic, said the Disrupted Fall Semester of 2020 Survey Report.The report focused on a survey that was administered to 389 Chinese students during the summer of 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The students either have been enrolled or previously intended to enroll in a Canadian university for the upcoming fall 2020 semester.The survey looked at their opinions on a number of topics, including online learning, tuition reduction and mental health.Eva Wu, the spokesperson for Easy Group, told Xinhua on Sunday that respondents to the survey represented 12 different Canadian Universities, though this representation was not evenly distributed. Easy Group is one of the largest international student education companies operating in the Canadian marketplace.Online learning posed significant difficulties and anxieties, especially among Chinese students who speak English as a second language. Wu said the opportunities for comprehensive immersion in a foreign language and culture are a significant part of the appeal of studying in a foreign country, and these advantages may be diminished, or even altogether lost, on a virtual campus.Despite their misgivings about online learning, Chinese students have for the most part chosen to remain enrolled for the coming fall semester.Just under a third of those polled will be moving to Canada to enroll as more traditional students.Meanwhile, 57.5 percent of students are enrolling at Canadian Universities despite the fact that they will remain in China for at least the first semester of their studies.Only 10 percent have chosen to opt out for the year, and the overwhelming majority of these students are seeking a deferment, in hopes of a return to normal that will allow them to pursue their Canadian educational dreams as originally planned.Less than 10 percent of incoming Chinese students felt that it was reasonable for Canadian Universities to expect them to pay the same amount of tuition for classes administered online, irrespective of the portion of their education accounted for by online learning.A majority of students said a shift to half- or full-time virtual learning without any sort of commensurate reduction in tuition would negatively affect present or future decisions to enroll.Those whose universities have shifted completely to online learning are forced to forgo this important component of the student experience, while those who are able to enroll in person are worried that campus life will have been irrevocably altered, at least in the short term.Notably, concern over general safety showed a higher correlation to worry about a perceived rise in anti-China sentiment, a concern that Canadian Universities may want to specifically address with their Chinese students."Further, with 49 percent of students now holding a more negative view of Canada in general, significant work remains to be done to improve and repair Canada's image in the eyes of Chinese students," said the report.A student choir performs on stage at a gala event to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival and the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China at Richmond Olympic Oval in Richmond, Canada, Sept. 14, 2019. (Xinhua/Liang Sen)Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusNearly 70 percent of Chinese students said they greatly or somewhat dislike online learning at Canadian universities,

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