Roam­ing charges to be can­celed in Septem­ber

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - POLICY REVIEW -

China is­sued its first guide­line on Thurs­day to reg­u­late bike-shar­ing ser­vices, which im­pose chal­lenges con­cern­ing ur­ban man­age­ment, ac­cord­ing to the no­tice jointly is­sued by the Min­istry of Trans­port and nine other de­part­ments. Shared bikes are part of the green ur­ban trans­porta­tion sys­tem, and the gov­ern­ment should op­ti­mize bike trans­porta­tion net­works to im­prove con­ve­nience and safety for rid­ers, the guide­line said. Lo­cal gov­ern­ments should also re­search con­di­tions to en­sure ra­tio­nal al­lo­ca­tion of bi­cy­cles and avoid ex­cess sup­ply in some ar­eas, the doc­u­ment said. Bike-shar­ing providers should im­prove their on­line-to-off­line ser­vices, make clear the modes and stan­dards of pay­ment, es­tab­lish a com­plaint mech­a­nism and buy ac­ci­dent in­sur­ance for their cus­tomers, the reg­u­la­tion said. Users are re­quired to reg­is­ter with The coun­try hopes to en­roll 95 per­cent of chil­dren with dis­abil­i­ties into schools pro­vid­ing com­pul­sory ed­u­ca­tion by 2020, ac­cord­ing to a plan re­cently is­sued by the Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion and six other de­part­ments. The plan, on im­prov­ing spe­cial ed­u­ca­tion, which was re­leased on July 28, plans to ex­pand the cov­er­age of com­pul­sory ed­u­ca­tion for dis­ad­van­taged teenagers. More spe­cial schools will be built for chil­dren with dis­abil­i­ties for higher ed­u­ca­tion, with at least one spe­cial ed­u­ca­tion school to be set Tu­tor­ing classes are strictly pro­hib­ited for stu­dents who are tak­ing a break dur­ing their sum­mer va­ca­tion, ac­cord­ing to a no­tice re­leased on Wed­nes­day by the Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion. Pri­mary and mid­dle schools are China’s three ma­jor tele­com op­er­a­tors have an­nounced plans to can­cel do­mes­tic long-dis­tance and

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