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  rather than in northernEngland”Japanese businesses are seeing returning to Japan as affordable and profitable,” said S

tephen Nagy, an associate professor at International Christian University in Tokyo.

  Honda said it had decided to shut its plant because of “the unpre

cedented changes in the global automotive industry” such as the shift toward electric veh

cles. It plans to move production from Britain to Japan, the United States and China.

  Recent trade deals have also made Britain a less attractive base for Japanese companies after Brexit.

  Nagy pointed to the trade deal between the European Union and Japan, which took effec

t this month, and the agreement between 11 Pacific nations that kicked in at the end of last year.

  ”The UK will not be part of either [deal], making it a much less attractive platform for Japanese businesses,” he said.

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They now work with over 100 different suppliers from across

  the country, sourcing the best of the best for everything from game meats to that addictive Irish b

utter. “The idea there was to get the best produce that we can within Ireland,” says Heery.Spread acr

oss the sprawling property are four different restaurants, each catering to a specific mood or type of guest.

  The Oak Room is Adare’s fine-dining option, housed inside a stunningly renovated oak-pa

neled dining room. Local artists were even commissioned to design bespoke wood and ceramic plates a

nd serving pieces, with some of the material coming from the hotel’s own woodlands.

  A six-course, prix-fixe menu with wine pairing will set guests back €250 (ab

out $283) per person. The meal includes elevated takes on traditional Irish fare like

Tipperary quail with salsify and bacon, or 24-hour-cooked Dexter beef with truffles and morel mushrooms. A

nd, of course, service is top notch.For those looking for a more traditional experience, the hotel’s Gallery serves a p

roper Irish afternoon tea that will upend all expectations (and probably ruin you for any version thereafter).

  Guests are treated to a selection of four petite sandwiches, including local salmon and ham; freshly baked scones with

clotted cream; and five different desserts like a tiramisu “shot” filled with coffee jelly and mascarpone mousse.

  The room itself is also mighty impressive: based on the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles

it’s 132 feet long with gargantuan marble fireplaces and walls decorated with hand-carved Bible scenes.

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Second, capital outflow pressure has been gradually allevia

Since October 2018, emerging markets have once again gained favor from international capital.

In this context, the MSCI expansion of A shares and the inclusion of A shares into the FTSE Em

erging Markets Index will likely happen in 2019, with foreign investment attracted by such major international o

pportunities. Latest data showed that in the fourth quarter of 2018, net inflow of direct investment by overseas financial ins

titutions soared to $2.14 billion, marking the highest level since the third quarter of 2015. Thanks to the overseas investment inflow, China’s capital ou

tflow pressure is expected to continue to be eased in 2019, thus reducing the restraint on its monetary policy.

Third, the yuan’s exchange rate continued to return to its normal valuation. In the long

run, the yuan’s rate reflects changes in China’s economic fundamentals, with two-way fluctuations surrounding its eq

uilibrium exchange rate. In the third quarter of 2018, the effective exchange rate of the yuan was greatly lower than the equilibrium rate. I

n the fourth quarter, the yuan’s rate rebounded slightly, indicating the effective exchange rate had started to r

eturn to its equilibrium level. Due to the still existing gap between the effective rate and equilibrium rate, there is room

for the yuan’s rate to return to its valuation, conducive to further buffering of the external exchange rate risk.

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In short, thanks to changes in the internal and extern

al environment, China’s monetary policy is expected to sail out of the “reefs” in 2019, becoming more flexible in maintaining its prudent, neutral, and marginally loose stance.

We believe that comprehensive and targeted cuts to reserve req

uirement ratios, reductions in open market rates, and increased use of targeted medium-term l

ending facility will become the main policy tools of China’s central bank in 2019. Only when extreme changes happen in the internal and external env

ironment (for example, the Chinese economy fails to stabilize in the middle of 2019 and the Fed doesn’t raise interest rates),

will the possibility of lowering the benchmark deposit and lending interest rates rise significantly.
hina will take measures to help domestic soybe

an and corn farmers, while also seeking to expand imports of certain agricultural products that are considered in s

hortage through diversified channels, according to a central government guideline released on Tuesday.

The plan, came before a new round of trade negotiations between Chinese and US officials set fo

r Thursday and Friday, shows Chinese policymakers’ determination to be le

ss dependent on US agricultural imports such as soybeans even if a deal is likely to be reached, industry analysts said.

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School strips alumnus actor’s PhD over plagiarismen in Dec

The Beijing Film Academy (BFA) revoked alumnus actor Zhai Tianlin’s doctorate following an investigation into allegations of plagiarism in one of his published papers.

Zhai’s PhD adviser, Chen Yi, was disqualified from teaching doctoral candidates. Both Zhai and Chen accepted the school’s dec

ision and further investigations will continue, according to a notice BFA posted on its Sina Weibo account Tuesday afternoon.

Zhai, 32, graduated from BFA with a doctorate last summer. But 40 percent of the paper mentioned above wa

s revealed to be plagiarized after his admission into a post-doctoral position at Peking University drew netizens’ attention.

Zhai appeared ignorant of the cnki.net, a famous Chinese database of academic literature, in a live broadcast in August 2018.

Portions of his paper were based on Zhai’s acting experience, but some key expressions were the views of other aca

demics, which were not properly cited. This is a serious academic misconduct, the BFA notice said.

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Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management on Sat

turday announced its decision to expel Zhai from its post-doctoral station.

The review of Zhai’s admissions materials during the interview and recruiting process was lax, the university said in the statement.

There is no tolerance for academic misconduct which infringes on educational equality. Investigations into the cas

e should not only about one person, but extend to related working procedures, a spokesperson for the Mi

istry of Education said at a routine press conference on Friday in response to Zhai’s scandal.

The scandal broke out two weeks ago and refused to die down after angry net

izens condemned not only the academic fraud but also the damage done by renowned C

hinese universities to fair education opportunities by opening a “backdoor” to the rich and powerful.

The scandal raised alarm bells at BFA, Peking University and all higher education institutions,

which should strengthen regulations over academic management, Chu Zhaohui, a research fel

low at the National Institute of Education Sciences, told the Global Times on Tuesday.

Without giving specific names, Chu said some universities have already started internal investigations and reforms. “Conferral of illegitimately-earned de

grees has a long history in China, and some of the degree holders are in high positions in government or industry,” he said.

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Haydar Sattar, a member of the local council in Eastern

Baquba, told the Xinhua News Agency that “mallows spread tremendously this winter. It reminds me of Iraq from a long time ago.”

“Some valleys, close to my hometown of Mandli, 90 kilometers east of Baqub

a, are now being called mallow valleys due to the spread of the weed,” he said.

Arkan al-Nadawi, a local villager, said that “mallows spread this y

ear in wheat and barley fields, and in most of the fields of northern and eastern regions.”

“Mallows taste great and most of the people in villages and countryside love it, and it is the dish of the poor,” he added.

Monshed al-Zaidy, a government employee, who was standing close to a road in the village of Gazania, 96 kilo

meters east of Baquba, was helping his wife to harvest mallow plants and keep it in a plastic bag.

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Authorities guarded Boeung Kroam Lake for more

than a month before the event – to prevent illegal fishing and ensure there would be enough to catch at the annual event.

It kicked off in the early morning with hundreds of villagers racing to the lake, spo

rting straw hats and traditional scarves to shield themselves from the blazing sun.

The mood was light-hearted and many opted to grill the morning’s catch by the lake over a smoldering fire.

But for villagers who had attended the event for several years, the day’s haul proved disappointing.

“Before, there were bigger fish,” said Chin Khoung, 50.

“Now the fish are small and there’s less [of them].”

The Southeast Asian country, which boasts the mighty Mekong River and its man

y tributaries, is heavily reliant on fish as a major source of protein for its population.

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Xiao was rescued when procurators from Pingyuan county

visited his village during a campaign focused on protecting children’s rights in March last year.

Procurators interviewed Xiao’s grandparents, visited Xiao’s former primaryers, and contacted Xiao’s mother during their visit.

Procurators then transferred Xiao’s case to local police and suggested the detention of his aunt while they further investigated the case, having found evidence of maltreatment in his uncle’s home.

After a health examination in a local hospital, Xiao returned to live with his grandparents.

With the help of the county’s procuratorate and relevant government departments, Xiao returned to school in September.

The procuratorates of Meizhou city and Pingyuan county have jointly granted a 60,000 yuan ($8,860) relief fund to help financially support Xiao.

An open public hearing into the matter is to be launched by Pingyuan county people’s court.

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Hulu has a special treats on offer for Valentigy eases travSpri

During this year’s Spring Rush (or chunyun), which started on Jan 21 and will end on March 1, Chinese people are expected to make about 2.99 billion trips. Th

is is equivalent to relocating the entire population of Africa, Europe, the Americas and Oceania in 40 days.

That China successfully manages the largest mass migration in the world shows the Chinese e

conomy remains vibrant and the country is moving toward overall prosperity. According to statistics from relevant de

partments, China’s total passenger transport capacity, including the railways, waterways and civil a

viation, during the 2019 chunyun is expected to increase by more than 5 percent over last year’s. Which means C

hina’s transportation authorities have made great efforts to optimize and improve passenger transfer services.

For passengers’ convenience, the authorities are widely applying smart and information tech

nologies to promote closer cooperation among the railways, civil aviation and road networks, and str

engthen the links among different transport modes, in order to provide the passengers with better “last-mile” services.

Hainan Island Circular High-Speed Railway has taken the lead in piloting e-ticket rail travel. The Haina

n railway project is aimed at replacing paper tickets with e-tickets, and making identity cards or certificates the travel vo

ucher, in order to establish a self-service entrance and exit, and self-service ticket change and refund mechanisms.

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