China Daily (Latin America Weekly) : 2018-11-26
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4 Monday-Sunday, November 26 - December 2, 2018 CHINA law professor at Peking University CHINA DAILY LATIN AMERICA WEEKLY » CHINADAILYUSA.COM 5,745 42.22 300,000 discovered in two rounds of inspections have been corrected. kilometers yuan Distance Shao Haipeng covered wearing his exoskeleton robotic equipment Cost of a set of exoskeleton gear. Hospitals are using the devices for the rehabilitation of patients. Early this month, the Ningxia Hui autonomous region was found to have made no progress in fixing its two violations, but over the weekend it was listed among six provincial regions that have been given a 100 percent pass. Also on that list were Shanghai and the Inner Mongolia autonomous region.
Sixteen regions, including Shandong and Sichuan provinces and Beijing, have addressed 90 percent of their problems, while Tianjin ranked last at 77.8 percent, the ministry said.
The State Council published an action plan in March that focused on environmental protection in areas around drinking water sources. It vowed to root out violations found by inspectors by the end of this year.
But accomplishing that task could be “highly difficult”, according to the ministry release, which said six provincial regions had failed to make progress as scheduled, including Guangdong and Jiangxi provinces and Tianjin.
More than half the violations found in Guangdong, Jiangsu and Yunnan provinces have yet to be corrected, it said, adding that Guangdong, the country’s most economically developed province, has 144 violations outstanding.
A high-level inspection team has also criticized Siping, in Jilin province, for its slow progress in dealing with illegal tourism activities near a reservoir that supplies drinking water to 600,000 urban residents.
During a visit late last year, the team, headed by a ministerial-level official, found a developer had felled 37,000 trees, seriously damaging the ecological environment.
Local authorities failed to stop the illegal operation until July, and more than 200,000 tourists had visited the key protected area surrounding the reservoir this year, according to the team, which vowed to further investigate and hold those responsible to account. Celebrity status Museums: law professor at Tsinghua University PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
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