sun­day talk

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - FRONT PAGE -

“Our lu­nar ex­plo­ration project has plans for up to the year 2020, and we are push­ing ahead to carry out the plans.”

WU ZHI­JIAN, spokesman for the State Ad­min­is­tra­tion of Sci­ence, Tech­nol­ogy and In­dus­try for Na­tional De­fense, an­nounces China’s far-reach­ing plans for moon ex­plo­ration, fol­low­ing the suc­cess­ful lu­nar land­ing of the Chang’e-3 last Satur­day.

“We should seize the op­por­tu­nity, ex­plore the po­ten­tial for co­op­er­a­tion and pro­mote a healthy and sta­ble Sino-US re­la­tion­ship.”

Pre­mier LI KE­QIANG, com­ment­ing as he met the US del­e­ga­tion for the 24th ses­sion of the China-US Joint Com­mis­sion on Com­merce and Trade in Bei­jing on Thurs­day.

“China’s de­vel­op­ment can­not be sep­a­rated from the world and vice versa. Help­ing the world to bet­ter un­der­stand con­tem­po­rary China re­quires our joint ef­forts.”

CAI MINGZHAO, min­is­ter of the State Coun­cil In­for­ma­tion Of­fice, vows that the cen­tral gov­ern­ment would or­ga­nize more news re­leases and in­ter­views next year to help the work of over­seas me­dia cor­re­spon­dents.

“It will help im­prove the air qual­ity, but it’s just the be­gin­ning.”

Bureau of In­dus­try and In­for­ma­tion of Shi­ji­azhuang of­fi­cial NIU YONGZHI, com­ment­ing on the de­mo­li­tion of the first batch of ce­ment plants, which have been a ma­jor source of dust pol­lu­tion in North China.

“Those mea­sures en­dorsed by the

plenum, such as trans­parency and ac­count­abil­ity, should be in­cluded in the Bud­get Law’s draft amend­ment.”

The cen­tral bank’s for­mer vice-gov­er­nor WU XIAOL­ING, calls upon the coun­try’s top leg­isla­tive body to speed up re­form work.

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