The 2019 World Internet of Things Exposition (WIOT) will be held in Wuxi, eastern China’s Jiangsu province, from September 7 to 10.
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Earlier in May, Wuxi was approved by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to be the pilot area of developing IoV.
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The establishment of six new pilot free trade zones (FTZs) and expansion of the Shanghai FTZ are underway, the Ministry of Commerce said Thursday.
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While opening up more sectors, China is committed to providing better services and environment
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Discussions will also involve sectors including inte
lligent manufacturing, intelligent robots, information security, big data and 5G.
A total of 180,000 visitors are expected to attend the exposition, including guests from more than 30 countries and regions.
China has introduced a two-year pilot program to find out the psychological conditions a
nd needs of senior citizens at the primary level, the National Health Commission (NHC) announced Thursday.
Covering 1,600 urban communities and 320 villages, the pilot program targets permanent reside
nts aged 65 or above, said Wang Haidong, director of NHC’s Department of Ageing and Health.