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BERLIN, Dec. 6 (Xinhua) -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday was reelected chairman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) at the annual convention of the party with a support rate of 89.5 percent, paving the way for her to seek a new term of chancellorship.


Merkel announced her decision to stand in next year's elections for a fourth term in Berlin on Dec. 20, saying that her motivation was based on serving Germany.


"I told the CDU that I was ready to stand again," she said to the media when announcing her candidacy. "This election will be even more difficult than those we have had before as we are facing a strong polarisation" in the community, she added.


The announcement ended months of speculation at a time when Europe is plunged into uncertainty among rising populism.


But the 89.5 percent support rate she got at the convention in Essen was the second lowest for her to be elected chairman of the center-right party, only slightly higher than the 88.4 percent in 2004.


During her stay in Essen, Merkel reportedly criticized populists for attempting to exploit Germany's refugees influx, but vowed at the same time there would be no repeat of massive refugee arrivals as what happened last year.




by Han Bing, Han Qian


PARIS, Nov. 30 (Xinhua) -- China's economic reforms are effective on several fronts as the reduction of cost of business and the modification of fiscal system, an economist of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said.


OECD's indicator shows that in the past three years, the cost of starting a business has been reduced substantially in China, while the administrative procedures that the firms have to go through when registered have been eased a lot in the country, the head of China Desk of Economics Department of the OECD Margit Molnar said in a recent interview with Xinhua.


"Newly registered enterprises have been soaring these years in China, more and more people decided to set up a firm and to become entrepreneurs," she noted.


China's official statistics published in July this year show that about 2.62 millions of firms have been newly registered during the first six months this year in China, with a rise of 28.6 percent compared to the same period of 2015.


On the fiscal front, China's fiscal reform "has been very successful", Margit said, adding that China has changed its budget law in 2014, which came into effect in 2015, to allow Chinese local governments to issue bonds.


"I think that's a crucial improvement in the managing of responsibilities between the central and local government as well as managing debt and making debt more transparent, so on the fiscal front we have seen very substantial changes and improvements," Margit qualified.


On the question of opening of China, Margit said that "if you just look at the initiatives China has adopted in the past year or two, you can say that China is opening, for instance the 'Belt and Road' initiative announced in 2013, that is something that goes well beyond expectation."


"It was not just a trade and investment type of integration that people have thought in the beginning, but it really goes into areas like intellectual property rights or environment or climate change, or collaboration in areas that people never thought such an initiative could cover," said Margit.


"So if you look at these initiatives or the AIIB or other initiatives, you would say that these are definitely signs of further opening to reap the benefits of increased integration," she said.


Margit also said that there was still room for further reforms in China, for example, on the reduction of cost of business, the so called one-stop shop, or single window where at a single place one can achieve all the documents, is needed for registering a company.


"So far, we've seen a unification of three or four license, or five ... but this is not all, we would like to see unification for all licenses," she said.


China should also be alert to the risk of cooperate debt which is not only high but also not coming down in the past two years, Margit said, noting that the implicit guarantees enjoyed by state-owned enterprises should be removed.


LONDON Blake Comeau Jersey , Sept. 18 (Xinhua) -- The 21-year-old man arrested on Saturday by police investigating the terrorist attack at Parsons Green subway station in west London has been named as Yahyah Farroukh, local television report said early Monday.


Farroukh is listed as living at an address in Stanwell, Surrey, some 26 kilometers from central London, which was searched by police officers on Sunday, according to the report.


His first pictures were published by the British media since he was arrested at a Fried chicken shop in Hounslow on Saturday night.


Farroukh is believed to be from the Syrian capital of Damascus originally and has lived in Britain for at least four years.


He previously stayed at the Sunbury house of Ronald Jones, 88, and his wife, Penelope, 71, who have been fostering at least 268 children over the past four decades, including refugees from Eritrea, Iraq, Somalia and Syria, according to reports.


Farroukh's arrest came after a 18-year-old chief suspect was detained at Dover ferry port on Saturday morning after an explosion on a packed rush-hour carriage at Parsons Green subway station on Friday morning injured some 30 people.


Both men remain in custody under section 41 of the Terrorism Act 2000, which allows police to detain suspects without charge beyond the four days allowed for suspects connected to other crimes.


British Home Secretary Amber

BERLIN, Dec. 6 (Xinhua) -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday was reelected chairman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) at the annual convention of the party with a support rate of 89.5 percent, paving the way for her to seek a new term of chancellorship.


Merkel announced her decision to stand in next year's elections for a fourth term in Berlin on Dec. 20, saying that her motivation was based on serving Germany.


"I told the CDU that I was ready to stand again," she said to the media when announcing her candidacy. "This election will be even more difficult than those we have had before as we are facing a strong polarisation" in the community, she added.


The announcement ended months of speculation at a time when Europe is plunged into uncertainty among rising populism.


But the 89.5 percent support rate she got at the convention in Essen was the second lowest for her to be elected chairman of the center-right party, only slightly higher than the 88.4 percent in 2004.


During her stay in Essen, Merkel reportedly criticized populists for attempting to exploit Germany's refugees influx, but vowed at the same time there would be no repeat of massive refugee arrivals as what happened last year.




by Han Bing, Han Qian


PARIS, Nov. 30 (Xinhua) -- China's economic reforms are effective on several fronts as the reduction of cost of business and the modification of fiscal system, an economist of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said.


OECD's indicator shows that in the past three years, the cost of starting a business has been reduced substantially in China, while the administrative procedures that the firms have to go through when registered have been eased a lot in the country, the head of China Desk of Economics Department of the OECD Margit Molnar said in a recent interview with Xinhua.


"Newly registered enterprises have been soaring these years in China, more and more people decided to set up a firm and to become entrepreneurs," she noted.


China's official statistics published in July this year show that about 2.62 millions of firms have been newly registered during the first six months this year in China, with a rise of 28.6 percent compared to the same period of 2015.


On the fiscal front, China's fiscal reform "has been very successful", Margit said, adding that China has changed its budget law in 2014, which came into effect in 2015, to allow Chinese local governments to issue bonds.


"I think that's a crucial improvement in the managing of responsibilities between the central and local government as well as managing debt and making debt more transparent, so on the fiscal front we have seen very substantial changes and improvements," Margit qualified.


On the question of opening of China, Margit said that "if you just look at the initiatives China has adopted in the past year or two, you can say that China is opening, for instance the 'Belt and Road' initiative announced in 2013, that is something that goes well beyond expectation."


"It was not just a trade and investment type of integration that people have thought in the beginning, but it really goes into areas like intellectual property rights or environment or climate change, or collaboration in areas that people never thought such an initiative could cover," said Margit.


"So if you look at these initiatives or the AIIB or other initiatives, you would say that these are definitely signs of further opening to reap the benefits of increased integration," she said.


Margit also said that there was still room for further reforms in China, for example, on the reduction of cost of business, the so called one-stop shop, or single window where at a single place one can achieve all the documents, is needed for registering a company.


"So far, we've seen a unification of three or four license, or five ... but this is not all, we would like to see unification for all licenses," she said.


China should also be alert to the risk of cooperate debt which is not only high but also not coming down in the past two years, Margit said, noting that the implicit guarantees enjoyed by state-owned enterprises should be removed.


LONDON Blake Comeau Jersey , Sept. 18 (Xinhua) -- The 21-year-old man arrested on Saturday by police investigating the terrorist attack at Parsons Green subway station in west London has been named as Yahyah Farroukh, local television report said early Monday.


Farroukh is listed as living at an address in Stanwell, Surrey, some 26 kilometers from central London, which was searched by police officers on Sunday, according to the report.


His first pictures were published by the British media since he was arrested at a Fried chicken shop in Hounslow on Saturday night.


Farroukh is believed to be from the Syrian capital of Damascus originally and has lived in Britain for at least four years.


He previously stayed at the Sunbury house of Ronald Jones, 88, and his wife, Penelope, 71, who have been fostering at least 268 children over the past four decades, including refugees from Eritrea, Iraq, Somalia and Syria, according to reports.


Farroukh's arrest came after a 18-year-old chief suspect was detained at Dover ferry port on Saturday morning after an explosion on a packed rush-hour carriage at Parsons Green subway station on Friday morning injured some 30 people.


Both men remain in custody under section 41 of the Terrorism Act 2000, which allows police to detain suspects without charge beyond the four days allowed for suspects connected to other crimes.


British Home Secretary Amber Rudd claimed the two arrests as "good progress" in the inquiry of the London tube blast.


The terrorist attack was caused by an improvised explosive device, which had a timer, but failed to fully detonate.


Rudd said.

arrests as "good progress" in the inquiry of the London tube blast.


The terrorist attack was caused by an improvised explosive device, which had a timer, but failed to fully detonate.


Rudd said.
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