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Another man plunges to death at a downtown shopping mall

A man plunged to death at a shopping mall in downtown on Monday afternoon. The unidentified man, who witnesses said was in his 50s, fell from the International Commerce Center on Huaihai Road M. at about ...

June 7, 2016, Tuesday

Fraud suspect extradited

A suspect involved in a 100 million yuan (US$145 million) fraud case who fled to Laos has been extradited to China, Shanghai police said yesterday. Together with his accomplices, the suspect, surnamed ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday

Judicial first with ship sale

A freighter belonging to Indonesian firm PT Meranti Maritime that failed to pay its crew has been sold for 16.89 million yuan (US$2.5 million) in China’s first online judicial sale of an overseas ship, ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday

Extra help to relieve financial loss caused by death of a child

THE city government is looking into how to provide better support and care to families who have lost their only child — and thereby a principal means of support. Such support would help with medical ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday

Songjiang court jails polluters

EMPLOYEES of a company in Songjiang District have been jailed for illegally disposing industrial waste into open-air greenery. The case is among the first batch of environment-related sentences this ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday

Cramming schools under the spotlight

SHANGHAI Education Commission said yesterday that it would establish a special group to reduce local students’ education burden. This would involve further regulating and improving standards of training ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday

Need for FTZ to see the bigger picture

SHANGHAI’S pilot free trade zone (FTZ) should strive to be an innovation highland instead of a place to take advantages of beneficiary policies, Party Secretary Han Zheng said yesterday. “There are do’s ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday

Nurturing the new industries

SHANGHAI will deepen supply-side reforms this year to boost innovation, Ying Yong, vice mayor, said. The year would involve cutting more than 1,000 low-efficient projects and reducing high pollution ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday

Food safety gets good rating but threats remain

ABOUT 3 percent of food products in Shanghai’s markets and restaurants failed to meet quality standards in 2016, according to a food safety report. Though that figure was marginally lower than that of ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday

Nationwide test results

THE China Food and Drug Administration tested 257,000 food samples nationwide throughout 2016, finding 96.8 percent of food up to standard. According to a statement by the CFDA yesterday, tests for unsafe ...

January 17, 2017, Tuesday


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