China tells country's delivery, ride-hailing firms to better protect workers
SHANGHAI : Chinese government ministries on Friday met with the country's largest delivery and ride-hailing companies including Meituan, Didi Global and Alibaba Holding's Ele.me, and gave guidance on worker labour rights protections.Such companies needed to improve their use of algorithms as well as how t
LinkedIn SHANGHAI : Chinese government ministries on Friday met with the country's largest delivery and ride-hailing companies including Meituan, Didi Global and Alibaba Holding's Ele..LinkedIn BEIJING : China's top graft buster is investigating He Xingxiang, Vice President of China Development Bank (CDB), in the latest of a series of investigations into top officials at state-owned financial institutions.new interim government in Kabul, calling on the Taliban to restore order in the country.
me, and gave guidance on worker labour rights protections.Such companies needed to improve their use of algorithms as well as how they distributed incomes and ensured rest periods for their workers, according to a statement posted by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security.(Reporting by Brenda Goh; editing by Philippa Fletcher) Source: Reuters.(Reporting by Zhang Yan and Ryan Woo; Editing by David Goodman) Source: Reuters.
Simu Liu Accused Of “Insulting China” After 2017 Interview Shows Him Calling China “Third World”Well, outside of the big cities it’s not exactly First World either Ouch! Truth hurts. SENSITIVE. He's just stating why his parents migrated What he said are all true what……
China probes vice president of China Development Bank for suspected discipline and law violationsBEIJING : China's top graft buster is investigating He Xingxiang, Vice President of China Development Bank (CDB), in the latest of a series of investigations into top officials at state-owned financial institutions.He, born in 1963, is under investigation by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspectio This is a hint at something worse.
China welcomes 'end of anarchy' with new Afghan governmentBEIJING: Beijing said Wednesday (Sep 8) it welcomed the end of 'three weeks of anarchy' in Afghanistan with the establishment of a new interim government in Kabul, calling on the Taliban
China bans private tutors from giving online classesSHANGHAI (Reuters) -China on Wednesday banned private tutors from giving classes online or in unregistered venues such as residential buildings, hotels and coffee shops, ramping up its effort to stamp out all for-profit tutoring. Authorities this year banned for-profit tutoring in subjects on the school curriculum in an effort to ease pressure on children and parents. A competitive higher education system has made tutoring services popular with parents but the government has sought to reduce the cost of child-rearing in an effort to nudge up a lagging birthrate.
China Evergrande to delay loan interest payments to banks, REDD reportsSHANGHAI : Property developer China Evergrande Group plans to suspend interest payments due on loans to two banks on Sept. 21, financial intelligence provider REDD reported on Wednesday, citing four sources briefed by bankers.Evergrande has delayed payments to several trust firms, REDD reported, adding th
JPMorgan slashes price target for troubled China property giant EvergrandeLONDON : Investment bank JPMorgan slashed its price target for China's debt-hobbled property giant Evergrande Group to HKUS$2.80 from HKUS$7.20 on Friday, saying there was likely to be more negative news about its finances.The bank also cut its recommendation to underweight from overweight. 'We be