In today’s talking points: Dieting intermittently shows better results that one continuous diet; New bacteria found could lead to a vaccine for Gonorrhoea; Researchers find carbohydrates play a part in transmitting malaria; Liver cancer cases decreased by Hep B virus treatment.
In today’s talking points: Venture capitalist cautions about Australian start-up companies expectations; UN Secretary-General discusses sustainable development goals; China’s business confidence grows; Chief Chinese Bitcoin exchange announces end to trading amid crackdown.
Evolution mining may sell Edna May gold site; Production shut down after Empire Oil and Gas enters into voluntary administration; Iron ore producers ramping up operations in face of strong demand; China aims to spread bio ethanol gasoline use countrywide by 2020
Increase in grants by the Ministry of Education will see the student dropout rate fall; More African student choosing to further education in China; Australia loses its top position in Asia Pacific in the latest university humanities ranking; OECD report reveals Australia lacks in science graduates
Agriculture powering Australia’s growth; Corn surplus to be help with animal production expansion; Australian citrus exports show increase; Peru set to export fresh seafood to China
China extends maternity leave for female employees; A new test developed in Australia allows easy detection of a disease causing sudden blindness; Mushrooms used to purify water resulting in greener technology; China and Myanmar work towards reducing Malaria along border.
In today’s talking points: It is still summer for the Chinese stock markets; Chinese Yuan continue to rise amidst geopolitical tensions; ASX issues ‘please explain’ to Chinese companies; China to establish RMB 100 billion fund for regional cooperation projects with Russia.
KPMG China promotes 42 partners, comprising 20 women and 22 men, in line with the firm’s deep commitment to inclusion and diversity.
In today’s talking points: Electric cars and the future of nickel and copper for Australian Miners; Commercial production of combustible ice on the horizon; CEFC China may invest in Russian oil giant Rosneft; New Development Bank loans RMB 5 billion for three Chinese green energy projects.
In today’s talking points: China’s online education market continues to boom; 2017 Times Higher Education world university rankings: six Australian universities in top 100; Classic Chinese Literature is back on the table; Face-scans introduced to identify university students.