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  e decline in services trade to COVID-19-induced contraction in the tourism sector and said that after stripping out the impact of this sector, the country's services imports and exports rose by 2.1 percent on a yearly basis in the first half.In comparison with goods trade, trade in services refers to the sale and delivery of intangible products such as transportation, tourism, telecommunications,  The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced on Thursday the start of a randomized, controlled clinical trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of a treatment regimen consisting of the antiviral remdesivir plus the immunomodulator interferon beta-1a in COVID-19 patients.The study, called the Adaptive COVID-19 Treatment Trial 3 (ACTT 3), is anticipated to enroll more than 1,000 hospitalized adults with COVID-19 at as many as 100 sites in the United States and abroad, according to a release of the NIH.Participants must have laboratory-confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection with evidence of lung involvement, including a need for supplemental oxygen, abnormal chest X-rays, or illness requiring mechanical ventilation. People with confirmed infection who have mild symptoms or no apparent symptoms will not be included in the study, said the NIH.They are being randomly assigned in a 1-to-1 ratio to receive either subcutaneous interferon beta-1a plus remdesivir (combination therapy) or remdesivir alone. Neither the participants nor the study team will know who is receiving which treatment regimen.All participants will receive standard doses of remdesivir and either interferon beta-1a or a placebo. Those in the combination therapy group will receive interferon beta-1a as a 44-microgram subcutaneous injection every other day for a total of four doses during hospitalization.Those in the remdesivir-only group will receive a matching placebo subcutaneous injection every other day for a total of four doses during hospitalization.Investigators will evaluate whether time to recovery is shorter in the combination therapy group relative to the remdesivir-only group, said the NIH.Recovery is defined as the participant being well enough for hospital discharge, meaning the participant either no longer requires supplemental oxygen or ongoing medical care in the hospital, or is no longer hospitalized. Recovery is evaluated up until day 29.A key secondary goal of the study is to compare patient outcomes at day 15 using an ordinal eight-point scale ranging from fully recovered to death.An independent data and safety monitoring board will monitor ongoing results to ensure patient well-being and safety as well as study integrity, said the NIH. Preliminary results are expected in the fall of 2020.ACTT 3 is the third iteration of the ACTT of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the NIH. ACTT began on Feb. 21 to evaluate remdesivir, an investigational broad-spectrum antiviral discovered and developed by Gilead Sciences, Inc.A preliminary analysis of ACTT data found that patients who received remdesivir had a statistically significant shorter time to recovery compared to patients who received placebo.Subcutaneous interferon beta-1a, a medication manufactured by Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, is approved in the United States and more than 90 other countries for the treatment of multiple sclerosis, according to the NIH.In the laboratory, type 1 interferon can inhibit SARS-CoV-2 and two closely related viruses, SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV. In addition, two small randomized controlled trials suggest that treatment with interferon beta may benefit patients with COVID-19, according the NIH.The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced on Thursday the start of a randomized, controlled clinical trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of a treatment regimen consisting of the antiviral remdesivir plus the immunomodulator interferon beta-1a in COVID-19 patients.The study, called the Adaptive COVID-19 Treatment Trial 3 (ACTT 3), is anticipated to enroll more than 1,000 hospitali

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  Actresses promote the China International Fair for Trade in Services scheduled for early September in Beijing. (Photo/Xinhua)Negative list for cross-border orders may be introduced by end of this yearChina's services trade structure maintained its steady improvement during the first six months of this year with a narrowing deficit and strong resilience in the trade of knowledge-intensive services, according to the Ministry of Commerce.Trade of knowledge-intensive services jumped by 9.2 percent on a yearly basis during the first half of this year and accounted for 43.7 percent of the country's total services trade.China's international trade in services dropped by 14.7 percent on a yearly basis to 2.2 trillion yuan ($316.27 billion) in the first six months of 2020 due to the COVID-19 epidemic and weak overseas demand."Despite the decline, China's services trade saw a largely stable trend in the first half. Services exports outperformed imports, with the services trade deficit narrowing by 46.1 percent from the same period of last year to 401.7 billion yuan," said Xian Guoyi, director-general of the ministry's department of trade in services and commercial services.Xian attributed the decline in services trade to COVID-19-induced contraction in the tourism sector and said that after stripping out the impact of this sector, the country's services imports and exports rose by 2.1 percent on a yearly basis in the first half.In comparison with goods trade, trade in services refers to the sale and delivery of intangible products such as transportation, tourism, telecommunications, construction, advertising, computing and accounting.The official said that the country's services outsourcing grew rapidly between January and June, while offshore services outsourcing undertaken by Chinese companies surged by 10.4 percent year-on-year, of which industrial design services grew by 8.7 percent. Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology research and development services grew by 35.3 percent.To further expand the opening-up of services trade, Xian said the government will accelerate the drafting pace of the negative list for cross-border services trade and introduce it by the end of this year.According to the ministry, the foreign investment negative list mainly dealt with the entry permit issue, while the services trade negative list addresses a wider range of issues, including cross-border payment and consumption in overseas markets.To maintain solid economic fundamentals, the government has emphasized the importance of focusing on the "six priorities" of safeguarding employment, people's livelihoods, the development of market entities, food and energy security, the stable operation of industrial and supply chains and the smooth functioning of society.From a long-term perspective, the negative list for cross-border services trade will help selected free trade zones or areas, as well as their surrounding regions such as the Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta, to become world-class urban areas and a new growth pole of the modern global services trade, said Li Xilin, a researcher specializing in services trade at the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation.To create a freer and convenient environment for services trade and investment for companies, China adopted the negative list management system for the first time to conduct negotiations on services trade and investment during the second phase of China-South Korea Free Trade Agreement talks last year.Eager to promote the healthy growth of the sector and the country's emphasis on services trade, Beijing has geared up for the China International Fair for Trade in Services scheduled for early September. The event will have both online and offline exhibitions, said Sun Yao, deputy head of the Beijing Municipal Commerce Bureau.By Tuesday, about 141 international organizations, foreign embassies, commerce chambers and institutions are expected to participate in this year's event, a major comprehensive exhibition in services trade, said Sun, adding overseas guests, exhibitors and purchasing agents will mainly attend the online exhibitions and all types of entities in China will mainly take part in the offline exhibitions.The fair covers areas including trade of cultural products, tourism services, financial services, winter sports, industrial-and services-themed robots this year. It includes four major forums and more than 100 seminars and promotional events. The value of tentative deals reached at the fair amounted to $105 billion in 2019.Actresses promote the China International Fair for Trade in Services scheduled for early September in Beijing. (Photo/Xinhua)Negative list for cross-border orders may be introduced by end of this yearChina's services trade structure maintained its steady improvement during the first six months of this year with a narrowing deficit and strong resilience in the trade of knowledge-intensive services,

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Actresses promote the China International Fair for Trade in Services scheduled for early September in Beijing. (Photo/Xinhua)Negative list for cross-border orders may be introduced by end of this yearChina's services trade structure maintained its steady improvement during the first six months of this year with a narrowing deficit and strong resilience in the trade of knowledge-intensive services, according to the Ministry of Commerce.Trade of knowledge-intensive services jumped by 9.2 percent on a yearly basis during the first half of this year and accounted for 43.7 percent of the country's total services trade.China's international trade in services dropped by 14.7 percent on a yearly basis to 2.2 trillion yuan ($316.27 billion) in the first six months of 2020 due to the COVID-19 epidemic and weak overseas demand."Despite the decline, China's services trade saw a largely stable trend in the first half. Services exports outperformed imports, with the services trade deficit narrowing by 46.1 percent from the same period of last year to 401.7 billion yuan," said Xian Guoyi, director-general of the ministry's department of trade in services and commercial services.Xian attributed the decline in services trade to COVID-19-induced contraction in the tourism sector and said that after stripping out the impact of this sector, the country's services imports and exports rose by 2.1 percent on a yearly basis in the first half.In comparison with goods trade, trade in services refers to the sale and delivery of intangible products such as transportation, tourism, telecommunications, construction, advertising, computing and accounting.The official said that the country's services outsourcing grew rapidly between January and June, while offshore services outsourcing undertaken by Chinese companies surged by 10.4 percent year-on-year, of which industrial design services grew by 8.7 percent. Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology research and development services grew by 35.3 percent.To further expand the opening-up of services trade, Xian said the government will accelerate the drafting pace of the negative list for cross-border services trade and introduce it by the end of this year.According to the ministry, the foreign investment negative list mainly dealt with the entry permit issue, while the services trade negative list addresses a wider range of issues, including cross-border payment and consumption in overseas markets.To maintain solid economic fundamentals, the government has emphasized the importance of focusing on the "six priorities" of safeguarding employment, people's livelihoods, the development of market entities, food and energy security, the stable operation of industrial and supply chains and the smooth functioning of society.From a long-term perspective, the negative list for cross-border services trade will help selected free trade zones or areas, as well as their surrounding regions such as the Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta, to become world-class urban areas and a new growth pole of the modern global services trade, said Li Xilin, a researcher specializing in services trade at the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation.To create a freer and convenient environment for services trade and investment for companies, China adopted the negative list management system for the first time to conduct negotiations on services trade and investment during the second phase of China-South Korea Free Trade Agreement talks last year.Eager to promote the healthy growth of the sector and the country's emphasis on services trade, Beijing has geared up for the China International Fair for Trade in Services scheduled for early September. The event will have both online and offline exhibitions, said Sun Yao, deputy head of the Beijing Municipal Commerce Bureau.By Tuesday, about 141 international organizations, foreign embassies, commerce chambers and institutions are expected to participate in this year's event, a major comprehensive exhibition in services trade, said Sun, adding overseas guests, exhibitors and purchasing agents will mainly attend the online exhibitions and all types of entities in China will mainly take part in the offline exhibitions.The fair covers areas including trade of cultural products, tourism services, financial services, winter sports, industrial-and services-themed robots this year. It includes four major forums and more than 100 seminars and promotional events. The value of tentative deals reached at the fair amounted to $105 billion in 2019.Actresses promote the China International Fair for Trade in Services scheduled for early September in Beijing. (Photo/Xinhua)Negative list for cross-border orders may be introduced by end of this yearChina's services trade structure maintained its steady improvement during the first six months of this year with a narrowing deficit and strong resilience in the trade of knowledge-intensive services,如下图

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