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by:MERITSUN     2019-10-22
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BEIJING—
Prime Minister Trudeau has chosen the gorgeous new headquarters of China's social media giant Sina Weibo as his first stop in trade --
On Monday, he made a major official visit to Canada and used it as a tourist destination, followed by an emphasis on the emerging green technology link between the Chinese capital and a company in Mississauga.
Trudeau strode to the applause of the young audience on the stage of the microblog headquarters, as he sat under a giant cylindrical plasma screen chatting in an armchair with young Chinese social media stars who had recently been to Canada, he was Nervously snapping photos.
Today, on Sina Weibo in Beijing, we talked about everything Canada can offer.
Visit during your stay in Canada-
China tourism year! pic. twitter.
Trudeau says com/mqXdPxXj7W "we have to learn as a planet and don't be afraid of different people" who is full of philosophy about himself
In early 1990, he traveled in China when he was young.
"This is a great way for friendship to move forward," he said of discovering new cultures . ".
"I hope to see you in Canada soon.
Trudeau arrived in Beijing on Sunday night with a team leader and staff and was greeted by ceremonial military guards and police escorts at the Beijing airport.
Late Monday, Trudeau will meet with Premier Li Keqiang.
Senior officials from the Chinese government attended bilateral talks and private dinners.
It is widely expected that Trudeau's visit will mark the beginning of formal free trade negotiations with the world's second-largest economy.
After more than a year of exploratory discussions between the two countries, China is the largest economy.
Canada will be the first of the G7 countries to seek a free trade agreement with the economic giant.
A government consultation this year found that Canadians have different views on the prospects, many recognize economic opportunities to expand trade, and some are skeptical about China's labor and environmental regulations, and whether Canadian companies will be treated fairly next to this huge state.
State-owned enterprises that dominate China's economy.
But Trudeau also stressed that he hopes to establish closer economic ties with China through tourism and cooperation.
Action on international issues such as climate change.
Accompanied by Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, who said efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions could go hand in hand with economic growth, Trudeau highlighted a successful Canadian case on Monday, this argument was supported.
After a round table on Sina Weibo, Trudeau rushed to test an emissions --
Free buses with Canadian technology can help solve the choking smog problem in the country's megacities.
The company behind the technology is Mississauga-
Headquartered in Hydrogenics, it is one of two Canadian companies focusing on hydrogen energy storage technology.
President and chief executive Daryl Wilson said he had been with Ontario Prime Minister Kathleen Wynne since he came here two years ago for a trade visit
Just then, he said, China's central government would shift its support for battery buses to hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, prompting Chinese bus manufacturers to seek Canadian technology.
Now his company is offering 1,000 hydrogen fuel cells to a Chinese research company that uses them instead of diesel
Wilson said the first 200 electric buses in cities like Beijing will be installed this month.
"The Chinese market is probably our biggest market opportunity because we are very serious about air quality and there is an urgent need to get diesel on the road," Wilson said . ".
Wilson added that the technology is unique in that it can put much more energy on buses than on batteries.
He said: "refueling with hydrogen takes the same amount of time as using diesel, compared to five to six hours for battery buses to charge.
"We use hydrogen and hydrogen fuel cells that generate electricity and then drive the motor on the bus," Wilson told the Star . ".
"So it's an electric bus, but it's not a battery electric bus;
This is an electric bus with hydrogen fuel cells.
"Reducing smog and pungent air in cities like Beijing, which are often choking, has become a priority for government officials.
In January, the National Energy Agency announced that it would spend $361 billion (U. S. )
In 2017, more energy was created from wind, hydro, solar and nuclear power.
Although it is still the world's largest consumer of coal
Near global greenhouse gas emissions in 2015
China promises to close 500 coal
In 2017 alone, there were power plants.
The government also hopes to increase solar production by five times by 2020.
The move marks a major shift in China's stance on climate change.
Recently, at 2009 high
During the climate talks in Copenhagen, China avoided the efforts of the new Obama administration to reach a global climate agreement.
When China signed a landmark climate deal with the United States, China's position began to change. S.
In 2014, the Paris agreement was then signed in the second year, promising to reach "peak" emissions between 2025 and 2030, after which emissions will begin to decline.
On October, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that China "dominates international cooperation ".
Action to combat climate change.
"This statement is in the United States. S.
Under the leadership of President Donald Trump, the United States has reduced environmental regulations and announced its withdrawal from the Paris agreement.
At the same time, Wilson praised the Canadian government for its efforts to bring itself closer to China.
It helped him support the labor force of about 200 people in Mississauga, and the business grew faster than Wilson expected as China's central government and big cities pushed.
"I said it would be $10 million in the short term, and the result would be $15 million.
Median income of $100 millionlong term —
"We are on track to see that goal," Wilson said . ".
He said visits like Trudeau can highlight the interests of Canadian companies like him.
"This is especially important for China," Wilson said . "
"They want to see our own government know and respect what we do. "BEIJING—
Prime Minister Trudeau has chosen the gorgeous new headquarters of China's social media giant Sina Weibo as his first stop in trade --
On Monday, he made a major official visit to Canada and used it as a tourist destination, followed by an emphasis on the emerging green technology link between the Chinese capital and a company in Mississauga.
Trudeau strode to the applause of the young audience on the stage of the microblog headquarters, as he sat under a giant cylindrical plasma screen chatting in an armchair with young Chinese social media stars who had recently been to Canada, he was Nervously snapping photos.
Today, on Sina Weibo in Beijing, we talked about everything Canada can offer.
Visit during your stay in Canada-
China tourism year! pic. twitter.
Trudeau says com/mqXdPxXj7W "we have to learn as a planet and don't be afraid of different people" who is full of philosophy about himself
In early 1990, he traveled in China when he was young.
"This is a great way for friendship to move forward," he said of discovering new cultures . ".
"I hope to see you in Canada soon.
Trudeau arrived in Beijing on Sunday night with a team leader and staff and was greeted by ceremonial military guards and police escorts at the Beijing airport.
Late Monday, Trudeau will meet with Premier Li Keqiang.
Senior officials from the Chinese government attended bilateral talks and private dinners.
It is widely expected that Trudeau's visit will mark the beginning of formal free trade negotiations with the world's second-largest economy.
After more than a year of exploratory discussions between the two countries, China is the largest economy.
Canada will be the first of the G7 countries to seek a free trade agreement with the economic giant.
A government consultation this year found that Canadians have different views on the prospects, many recognize economic opportunities to expand trade, and some are skeptical about China's labor and environmental regulations, and whether Canadian companies will be treated fairly next to this huge state.
State-owned enterprises that dominate China's economy.
But Trudeau also stressed that he hopes to establish closer economic ties with China through tourism and cooperation.
Action on international issues such as climate change.
Accompanied by Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, who said efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions could go hand in hand with economic growth, Trudeau highlighted a successful Canadian case on Monday, this argument was supported.
After a round table on Sina Weibo, Trudeau rushed to test an emissions --
Free buses with Canadian technology can help solve the choking smog problem in the country's megacities.
The company behind the technology is Mississauga-
Headquartered in Hydrogenics, it is one of two Canadian companies focusing on hydrogen energy storage technology.
President and chief executive Daryl Wilson said he had been with Ontario Prime Minister Kathleen Wynne since he came here two years ago for a trade visit
Just then, he said, China's central government would shift its support for battery buses to hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, prompting Chinese bus manufacturers to seek Canadian technology.
Now his company is offering 1,000 hydrogen fuel cells to a Chinese research company that uses them instead of diesel
Wilson said the first 200 electric buses in cities like Beijing will be installed this month.
"The Chinese market is probably our biggest market opportunity because we are very serious about air quality and there is an urgent need to get diesel on the road," Wilson said . ".
Wilson added that the technology is unique in that it can put much more energy on buses than on batteries.
He said: "refueling with hydrogen takes the same amount of time as using diesel, compared to five to six hours for battery buses to charge.
"We use hydrogen and hydrogen fuel cells that generate electricity and then drive the motor on the bus," Wilson told the Star . ".
"So it's an electric bus, but it's not a battery electric bus;
This is an electric bus with hydrogen fuel cells.
"Reducing smog and pungent air in cities like Beijing, which are often choking, has become a priority for government officials.
In January, the National Energy Agency announced that it would spend $361 billion (U. S. )
In 2017, more energy was created from wind, hydro, solar and nuclear power.
Although it is still the world's largest consumer of coal
Near global greenhouse gas emissions in 2015
China promises to close 500 coal
In 2017 alone, there were power plants.
The government also hopes to increase solar production by five times by 2020.
The move marks a major shift in China's stance on climate change.
Recently, at 2009 high
During the climate talks in Copenhagen, China avoided the efforts of the new Obama administration to reach a global climate agreement.
When China signed a landmark climate deal with the United States, China's position began to change. S.
In 2014, the Paris agreement was then signed in the second year, promising to reach "peak" emissions between 2025 and 2030, after which emissions will begin to decline.
On October, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that China "dominates international cooperation ".
Action to combat climate change.
"This statement is in the United States. S.
Under the leadership of President Donald Trump, the United States has reduced environmental regulations and announced its withdrawal from the Paris agreement.
At the same time, Wilson praised the Canadian government for its efforts to bring itself closer to China.
It helped him support the labor force of about 200 people in Mississauga, and the business grew faster than Wilson expected as China's central government and big cities pushed.
"I said it would be $10 million in the short term, and the result would be $15 million.
Median income of $100 millionlong term —
"We are on track to see that goal," Wilson said . ".
He said visits like Trudeau can highlight the interests of Canadian companies like him.
"This is especially important for China," Wilson said . "
"They want to see our own government know and respect what we do. "BEIJING—
Prime Minister Trudeau has chosen the gorgeous new headquarters of China's social media giant Sina Weibo as his first stop in trade --
On Monday, he made a major official visit to Canada and used it as a tourist destination, followed by an emphasis on the emerging green technology link between the Chinese capital and a company in Mississauga.
Trudeau strode to the applause of the young audience on the stage of the microblog headquarters, as he sat under a giant cylindrical plasma screen chatting in an armchair with young Chinese social media stars who had recently been to Canada, he was Nervously snapping photos.
Today, on Sina Weibo in Beijing, we talked about everything Canada can offer.
Visit during your stay in Canada-
China tourism year! pic. twitter.
Trudeau says com/mqXdPxXj7W "we have to learn as a planet and don't be afraid of different people" who is full of philosophy about himself
In early 1990, he traveled in China when he was young.
"This is a great way for friendship to move forward," he said of discovering new cultures . ".
"I hope to see you in Canada soon.
Trudeau arrived in Beijing on Sunday night with a team leader and staff and was greeted by ceremonial military guards and police escorts at the Beijing airport.
Late Monday, Trudeau will meet with Premier Li Keqiang.
Senior officials from the Chinese government attended bilateral talks and private dinners.
It is widely expected that Trudeau's visit will mark the beginning of formal free trade negotiations with the world's second-largest economy.
After more than a year of exploratory discussions between the two countries, China is the largest economy.
Canada will be the first of the G7 countries to seek a free trade agreement with the economic giant.
A government consultation this year found that Canadians have different views on the prospects, many recognize economic opportunities to expand trade, and some are skeptical about China's labor and environmental regulations, and whether Canadian companies will be treated fairly next to this huge state.
State-owned enterprises that dominate China's economy.
But Trudeau also stressed that he hopes to establish closer economic ties with China through tourism and cooperation.
Action on international issues such as climate change.
Accompanied by Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, who said efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions could go hand in hand with economic growth, Trudeau highlighted a successful Canadian case on Monday, this argument was supported.
After a round table on Sina Weibo, Trudeau rushed to test an emissions --
Free buses with Canadian technology can help solve the choking smog problem in the country's megacities.
The company behind the technology is Mississauga-
Headquartered in Hydrogenics, it is one of two Canadian companies focusing on hydrogen energy storage technology.
President and chief executive Daryl Wilson said he had been with Ontario Prime Minister Kathleen Wynne since he came here two years ago for a trade visit
Just then, he said, China's central government would shift its support for battery buses to hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, prompting Chinese bus manufacturers to seek Canadian technology.
Now his company is offering 1,000 hydrogen fuel cells to a Chinese research company that uses them instead of diesel
Wilson said the first 200 electric buses in cities like Beijing will be installed this month.
"The Chinese market is probably our biggest market opportunity because we are very serious about air quality and there is an urgent need to get diesel on the road," Wilson said . ".
Wilson added that the technology is unique in that it can put much more energy on buses than on batteries.
He said: "refueling with hydrogen takes the same amount of time as using diesel, compared to five to six hours for battery buses to charge.
"We use hydrogen and hydrogen fuel cells that generate electricity and then drive the motor on the bus," Wilson told the Star . ".
"So it's an electric bus, but it's not a battery electric bus;
This is an electric bus with hydrogen fuel cells.
"Reducing smog and pungent air in cities like Beijing, which are often choking, has become a priority for government officials.
In January, the National Energy Agency announced that it would spend $361 billion (U. S. )
In 2017, more energy was created from wind, hydro, solar and nuclear power.
Although it is still the world's largest consumer of coal
Near global greenhouse gas emissions in 2015
China promises to close 500 coal
In 2017 alone, there were power plants.
The government also hopes to increase solar production by five times by 2020.
The move marks a major shift in China's stance on climate change.
Recently, at 2009 high
During the climate talks in Copenhagen, China avoided the efforts of the new Obama administration to reach a global climate agreement.
When China signed a landmark climate deal with the United States, China's position began to change. S.
In 2014, the Paris agreement was then signed in the second year, promising to reach "peak" emissions between 2025 and 2030, after which emissions will begin to decline.
On October, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that China "dominates international cooperation ".
Action to combat climate change.
"This statement is in the United States. S.
Under the leadership of President Donald Trump, the United States has reduced environmental regulations and announced its withdrawal from the Paris agreement.
At the same time, Wilson praised the Canadian government for its efforts to bring itself closer to China.
It helped him support the labor force of about 200 people in Mississauga, and the business grew faster than Wilson expected as China's central government and big cities pushed.
"I said it would be $10 million in the short term, and the result would be $15 million.
Median income of $100 millionlong term —
"We are on track to see that goal," Wilson said . ".
He said visits like Trudeau can highlight the interests of Canadian companies like him.
"This is especially important for China," Wilson said . "
"They want to see our own government know and respect what we do.
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