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Hainan provincial health authorities have revoked Boao Yinfeng Healthcare International H
ospital’s business license, for illegally administering HPV 9-valent vaccines, according to a statement Sunday.
Located in the Boao Lecheng International Medical Tourism Pilot Zone, the hospit
al has since January last year vaccinated 37 customers with HPV 9-valent, charging each 9,000 yuan.
They did so without obtaining an official vaccination outpatient license, said the statement.
It said the local health commission of Qionghai, where the Boao pilot zone is loc
ated, on April 18 issued the hospital a notice of penalties, including a warning, confiscati
on of illegal income, a fine of 8,000 yuan, and a revocation of its business license as a medical institution.
portunities for all UN member states to propose experiments they want to conduct using China’s space station,” said Simone
tta Di Pippo, director of the UNOOSA. “We have received more than 40 proposals before the deadline for sub
mission. We will announce the winners probably by the end of June after evaluation.” Di Pippo said these on the sideli
nes of the fourth China Space Day on April 24 to mark the anniversary of the country’s first satellite launch in 1970.
Moreover, Pakistan intends to send one of their astronauts to China’s space station by 2022, A
mer Nadeem, chairman of Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission in Pakistan, said after
the opening ceremony of China Space Day in Changsha, Hunan province, on Wednesday.
“Hopefully, the agreement on the matter will be signed very soon. We will select the candidates based on the agreement. Also, they
will come to China for some parts of the training,” Nadeem said. He added that Pakistan and China will furth
er enhance cooperation on several space projects focusing on satellite networks in future.
on the new science and technology innovation board, which will pilot the registration-based IPO system, according to Xinhua.
To accommodate the progress of reforms and development of the capital market, other modifications have also been made, cov
ering public issuance of securities, securities trading, and the protection of investors’ rights and interests, Xinhua said.
Dong expects the latest version to legitimize registration-based IPO systems not only
on the new board, but also across China’s whole A-share market. “Once the system achieves success on the n
ew board, it should be adopted on other submarkets as soon as possible,” Dong said.
President Xi Jinping announced in November that China will launch the S&T innovation board and pilot the registr
ation-based IPO system. Analysts expect the new board to begin trading around the middle of this year.
“The latest draft is expected to make comprehensive revisions, and it could go a long way
toward restoring public investors’ confidence and modernizing the regulation and governance of the ca
pital market,” said Liu Junhai, director of the Business Law Center at Renmin University of China.
tivity of infrastructure, unimpeded trade, financial integration and closer people-to-people ties as its main goals, has advanced in solid steps, the report said.
“Significant progress has been made, including a number of landmark early results. Participating countries have obtai
ned tangible benefits, and their appreciation of and participation in the initiative is growing,” according to the report.
With a view to building a global community of shared future, the BRI uphold
s the principles of extensive consultation, joint contribution, and shared benefits, the report said.
“Through the initiative China has made a constructive contribution to the reform of th
e current global governance system and to economic globalization,” according to the report.
The report said China would face many problems and challenges in pursuing the BRI in
the future as well as unprecedented opportunities and prospects for development.