Month: July 2019

Details emerge as Everton strike £36m deal for Juve’s Kean

Moise Kean to Everton is reportedly a “done deal” after multiple reports from Italy claim the Premier League side have agreed terms with Juventus and the striker. Click Here: Sports Water Bottles The three-times capped Italy international is believed to be costing Everton a fee of €40m (£36m), with...

New shareholders to help Bank of Jinzhou handle its NPL burden

China is restructuring Bank of Jinzhou Co Ltd, a troubled city commercial bank, by introducing new investors to deal with its nonperforming loans, improve corporate governance, and prevent the triggering of systemic risk. The Hong Kong-listed bank announced on Sunday that certain shareholders of the bank transferred part of...

China Cultural Month to boost China-Bangladesh friendship

The cultural event “China Cultural Month 2019”, organized by China’s embassy in Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh, opened on July 27, 2019. Nearly 1,000 guests, including Liu Zhenhua, chargé d’affaires of the Chinese embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh officials, teachers and students of the Dhaka University, attended the inauguration ceremony. Liu...

High-tech spurs growth of secondhand goods market

Consumption upgrade, internet technologies set to create trillion-yuan business The secondhand economy, supported by the consumption upgrade and advanced internet technologies, is set to create a trillion-yuan market in China, according to industry insiders. In the internet era, selling a secondhand smartphone no longer involves face-to-face negotiations. Today, all...

Over 100 experts attend Beijing conference on smart finance

An international conference on smart finance co-organized by the Beijing University of Technology; City University of Hong Kong and University of Chinese Academy of Science wrapped up on July 18, attracting over 100 representatives from 35 domestic and overseas universities and institutes. The event was the first “Belt and...

Serial killer, rapist executed in North China

BEIJING – Zhao Zhihong, a convict of multiple murders, was executed in northern China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region on Tuesday morning, said the Supreme People’s Court (SPC). Click Here: Celtic Mens Clothing After his death sentence was approved by the SPC, the Intermediate People’s Court of the Hohhot City...

Connectivity will be key to Africa’s prosperity

China has risen from a poor developing country into an economic powerhouse within a period of 40 years. This massive growth was realized after Beijing decided to embrace foreign trade and investment and implement free market reforms in 1978. Following in China’s footsteps, Africa made history on May 30...

Report: No-deal Brexit could cripple economy

A new report from the United Kingdom’s Institute for Government think tank warns of the immense pressure on the economy in the case of a no-deal exit from the European Union. The report outlines just how uncertain the future would be, indicating that every governmental issue other than Brexit...

Ornstein reveals Arsenal are in talks over £38m double exit

BBC Sport journalist David Ornstein reckons Arsenal are trying to sell Shkodran Mustafi and Laurent Koscielny before the transfer deadline. Reports in L’Equipe suggest that Monaco have made an enquiry for Mustafi. Arsenal ‘have tried to sell him almost every window since they signed him’, and might finally get their...