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The Chinese military is scheduled to carry out live-fire exercises in the East China Sea starting Wednesday, according to the Zhejiang Provincial Maritime Safety Administration. The administration said in a navigational warning published on Tuesday on its website the exercises would take place from 6:30 am to 6:30 pm each day through Friday. It released geographical coordinates of the drill zone, asking ships not participating in the event not to enter. The People"s Liberation Army has conducted several live-fire exercises over the past several days.  Notice authorized to be released by Xinhua News Agency Xinhua News Agency is authorized on

BEIJING -- China's tax refunds, as well as tax and fee cuts and deferrals reached 2.58 trillion yuan (about $384 billion) from the beginning of this year to June 25, as the country unveiled a slew of supportive policies to ease enterprises' burden, official data showed Thursday. Among the total, value-added tax credit refunds hit 1.83 trillion yuan, 2.8 times the annual amount of last year, while preferential tax and fee reduction policies helped companies save 285.9 billion yuan, Cai Zili, an official with the State Taxation Administration told a press conference. The deferred payment of tax and fees during

Division of management clarified, punishment for damage increased China"s first specialized law on wetland protection will take effect on Wednesday, and makes the division of management clear and punishment for damaging behavior more severe, the National Forestry and Grassland Administration said. The law restricts construction projects in important national wetlands and bans all harmful behaviors, including overgrazing, overharvesting, the discharge of wastewater and land reclamation. Human activities, such as tourism, planting, animal husbandry, aquaculture and shipping, in wetlands must also be undertaken with care to minimize adverse impact. Bao Daming, deputy head of the administration's wetland department, elaborated on the