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日本食品价格加速上涨 9月涨幅创近41年来新高******

  中新网10月22日电 据日本共同社报道,日本总务省10月21日公布的9月全国消费者物价指数(生鲜食品除外)显示,该数据较上年同期上升3.0%。除去消费税增税影响,升幅约为31年最大。不含生鲜的食品价格上升4.6%,涨幅约创41年来的新高。

  报道称,在加薪步伐未能跟上物价上涨的情况下,食品价格10月份加速上涨,家庭负担进一步加重。有意见认为,由于日元持续贬值,不含生鲜食品的指数涨幅将达到3.5%左右。

  据介绍,日本众多食品的价格9月纷纷上升。食用油涨价37.6%,家庭耐用消费品上涨11.3%,创1975年3月以来新高。能源涨价16.9%,其中电费上升21.5%,城市燃气费上升25.5%。

  报道还指出,食品将在10月集中涨价,日本帝国数据库称将涉及约6700种食品。彩神八

(侨与进博这五年)曹行知:用好中国和南非两个市场、两种资源******

  编者按:第五届中国国际进口博览会即将在上海开幕。五年来,在进博会越办越好的背后,离不开广大华侨华人的支持和贡献。他们或紧抓机遇、积极参展,或牵线跨界、推介进博,有力传递了中国深化改革扩大开放的决心和信心。在中国侨联的指导下,上海市侨联与中新社上海分社推出特别策划“侨与进博这五年”系列报道,讲述广大海外侨胞五年来助力进博会的精彩故事。

  中新网上海10月25日电(记者 范宇斌)中国蓬勃发展的市场和巨大的潜力一直吸引着众多外国企业,而进博会被视为他们深耕中国市场的一个重要平台。第五届中国国际进口博览会(以下简称“进博会”)即将开幕,南非中国人民友好协会执行会长曹行知近日接受中新网记者专访时表示,要充分利用好中国和南非两个市场、两种资源,这些都是侨商可以大有作为的商机。

南非中国人民友好协会执行会长曹行知。 受访者供图南非中国人民友好协会执行会长曹行知。 受访者供图

  中国是世界第二大经济体和第一大货物贸易国,开放的、高速增长的中国市场已经成为国际市场中举足轻重的一部分。曹行知表示,进博会提供了更多的发展机遇,他策划成立了南非-中国跨境电商协会,借助进博会契机,探索实践零售行业的智慧零售新趋势,在第二届进博会正式落地南非进口馆。同时,每年围绕进博会主题组织会员企业进行各种产品交流、文化交流及投资展望活动。

  据曹行知介绍,今年,第五届进博会南非进口馆将带来多款新产品,包括南非鲍鱼干、鲍鱼罐头、芦荟胶以及多款极具性价比的红酒,希望能够给中国消费者带来南非产品的良好体验。

  近年来,随着中国和南非两国交往不断深入,南非产品逐步进入中国市场。南非进口馆作为南非-中国跨境电商协会在上海国家会展中心设立的南非产品常年展示平台,依托进博会提升南非产品的知名度,助力打造“永不落幕的进博会”。

  在曹行知看来,进博会为中国建设贸易强国提供了平台,展现了中国大市场的广阔机遇。同时,进博会有力地推动了经济全球化与贸易自由化,为世界经济发展注入了新能量。

  第五届进博会期间将举办“侨连五洲·沪上进博”——2022华侨华人与中国市场高峰论坛。对于侨商而言,进博会更是一个促进贸易投资的好平台。

  “基于中非经贸合作的坚实基础,借助进博会的平台,将助力更多的南非企业和产品走进中国市场。”曹行知说,他们正提供各种服务,帮助更多的南非中小企业更好地了解中国市场,打开中国市场。

  借助“一带一路”、中非合作论坛、进博会等重要平台,中国为南非以及其他非洲国家提供了发展经验和机遇,让南非走上了发展“快车道”。曹行知直言:“关键是要跟得上中国,才能为自身带来更多的商机。”

  中南同为新兴市场国家和重要发展中国家,经贸合作一直是中南合作的亮点。中国已连续13年成为南非第一大贸易伙伴国,南非连续12年成为中国在非洲最大的贸易伙伴。

  疫情阴霾下,去年两国贸易额逆势增至543.5亿美元,同比增长50.7%。其中,中国自南非进口额332.3亿美元,同比增长59.6%。中国已成为南非牛肉、柑橘、红酒、牡蛎、博士茶等优势农产品的重要出口市场。

  曹行知表示,中南经贸合作蓬勃发展对侨商而言,无疑是一个绝佳商机。为此,他们正积极牵线成立在中非合作论坛框架下的中南合作农业园区,未来将推动南非农业转型,助力更多的南非农产品进入中国市场。(完)

 

 

 

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原单位拒开证明女工难领工伤补助金 华商记者介入后证明已开******

  “太感谢华商报了,多亏了你们,我今天拿到了单位的证明,可以领取工伤补助金了。”3月21日上午,家住西安市阎良区的王女士开心地说。

  王女士原本是西安市阎良区一家科技有限公司的职工,是2014年进公司的,一直做汽车配件清洗,工作环境噪音非常大,员工体检显示听力严重下降,后在医院诊断为感音神经性耳聋,做了职业病鉴定,是听力9级残疾,后来就办理了工伤。最近在阎良区人社局办理领取一次性工伤医疗补助金时,按照要求,需要原单位开具一个办理医疗补助金时,人社局需要单位开一个距法定退休年龄证明,但单位不给开,理由是以前没有开过。“我就缺这一个证明了,没有就拿不到钱。”为此她找了好几个部门,都说此事不在受理范围。

  3月18日,接到王女士反映后,华商报记者联系了阎良区人社局,一位工作人员表示,补助金的多少与距离退休几年直接挂钩,而职工的身份性质需要单位开具证明,人社局才能掌握发放的标准,所以这个证明必须要开。华商报记者又联系了王女士之前工作的单位,将政策要求告知相关工作人员,工作人员之后回复说领导同意3月21日为王女士开具所需要的距法定退休年龄证明。

  3月21日上午,王女士顺利地拿到了证明,并开心地向记者进行了展示。“我已经到人社局交了证明,所有手续都办完了,很快就能领到补助金了”。王女士一再表示非常感谢华商报。

  华商报记者 李琳



来源:华商网-华商报

编辑:方正

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Russia opens humanitarian corridors in Ukraine******

Russia announced new "humanitarian corridors" on Monday to transport Ukrainians trapped under its bombardment – to Russia itself and its ally Belarus.

The announcement came after two days of failed ceasefires to let civilians escape the besieged city of Mariupol, where hundreds of thousands of people are trapped without food and water, under bombardment and unable to evacuate their wounded.

The new "corridors" would be opened at 10am Moscow time from the capital Kiev and the eastern cities of Kharkiv and Sumy, as well as Mariupol, Russia's defense ministry said.

According to maps published by the RIA news agency, the corridor from Kiev would lead to Belarus, while civilians from Kharkiv would be permitted to go only to Russia. Russia would also mount an airlift to take Ukrainians from Kiev to Russia.

"Attempts by the Ukrainian side to deceive Russia and the whole civilized world ... are useless this time," the ministry said.

A spokesperson for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy called the move "completely immoral" and said Russia was trying to "use people's suffering to create a television picture."

"They are citizens of Ukraine, they should have the right to evacuate to the territory of Ukraine," the spokesperson said.

"This is one of the problems that is causing the humanitarian corridors to break down. They seem to agree to them, but they themselves want to supply humanitarian aid for a picture on TV, and want the corridors to lead in their direction."

Since Russia announced a special military operation against Ukraine on February 24, the two sides have had two rounds of negotiations in neighboring Belarus in search of a solution to the crisis, with no clear breakthrough in the first one and an agreement to open a humanitarian corridor to evacuate civilians during the second one on Thursday.

"We are ready to discuss some non-NATO models ... We are open to discuss such things in a broader circle, not only in bilateral discussions with Russia, but also with other partners," David Arakhamia, a member of the Ukrainian delegation said.

Arakhamia said NATO countries are not ready to discuss having Ukraine in the organization.

"The response that we are getting from the NATO countries is that they are not ready to even discuss having us in NATO, not for the closest period of five or 10 years. We would not fight for the NATO applications, we would fight for the result, but not for the process," said Arakhamia.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday his country is ready for dialogue with the Ukrainian authorities and foreign partners.

Putin made the remarks in a phone conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, during which the Russian president also expressed the hope that the representatives of Ukraine will take a more constructive approach during the planned next round of negotiations.

The assault has sent more than 1.5 million Ukrainians fleeing abroad, and triggered sweeping sanctions that have isolated Russia in a way never before experienced by such a large economy.

Russia denies targeting civilians. It calls its campaign a "special military operation" to disarm Ukraine and arrest leaders it calls neo-Nazis.

The general staff of Ukraine's armed forces said Russian forces were "beginning to accumulate resources for the storming of Kiev," a city of more than 3 million, after days of slow progress in their main advance south from Belarus.

While Russia's advance in the north on Kiev has been stalled for days with an armored column stretching for miles along a highway, it has had more success in the south, pushing east and west along the Black and Azov sea coasts.

About 200,000 people remained trapped in Mariupol, most sleeping underground to escape more than six days of shelling by Russian forces that has cut off food, water, power and heating, according to the Ukrainian authorities.

About half the people in the city were due to be evacuated on Sunday, but that effort was aborted for a second day when a ceasefire plan collapsed as the sides accused each other of failing to stop shooting and shelling.

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