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oing supply-side structural reform, as it is still dominated by the 268-trillion-yuan banking system, the analysts said.
ucturing process will accelerate as more foreign capital moves in, which can boost competition in the domestic market, the analysts added.
In the med
ium term, continued financial reform and more opening-up measures co uld boost capital inflows, said Lillian Li, a vice-president at rating agency Moody’s.
disputes between China and the United States and uncertainty over monetary policy in global markets may dam pen capital inflows, and the pace of capital inflow is likely to fluctuate in the near term, she said.
e world’s second-largest equity market and the third-largest bond market, China will likely usher in more inte rnational capital flows in the longer term, if the nation further liberalizes its financial system, she added.
A special 3D printer worked next to a display cabinet filled with a variety of imitations of bo
dy parts at a funeral parlour in Guangzho
u, capital of southern China’s Guangdong province. The city’s funeral service center is trying to introduce the new technology to help restore remains damaged in accidents.
nt the deceased to leave with dignity,” said Yu Jiaqi (pseudonym), an embalming expert at the funeral parlor. Previously, the restoration was carried out manually, using plasticine, plaster and clay. A facial repair usually took 15 to 30 days.
Yu said n
ot only the long wait but the sometimes barely satisfactory restoration prolonged the pain for family and loved ones. “The materials can easily deform. We have been looking for better ways to restore the original form of the deceased,” she said.
n, deputy head of the funeral service center, said 3D printing only takes 10 da ys for a much more lifelike and accurate face, and the texture is stronger and feels more like real skin.
last year. Every day, an average of 5.5 million people use the nation’
s high-speed trains, accounting for nearly 60 percent
of daily users of the country’s rail network. The State-owned rail car manufacturer CRRC Co
rp, the world’s largest train maker, had sta rted developing a new-generation of bullet train that will operate at 400 kilometers per hour.
A preliminary report issued on Thursday by Ethio
pian officials found that a malfunctioning sensor sent incorrect inform ation to a Boeing 737 Max 8 jetliner, triggering an anti-stall system that began a chain of events that ended with th
e plane nose-diving into the ground, killing 1
57 people on March 10, the Associated Press reported. Boeing has acknowledged that the sensor malfunctioned in the Ethiopian Airlines 737
Max jetliner, triggering the anti-stall system when it was not needed, the AP reported.
In addition, CRRC is designing two types of maglev trains-a 600 km/h high-speed version and a 200 km/h medium-speed ver
sion. Designers said the company expects to put them into service sometime around 2021.