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EntradaAutor: Xiaoyeshi Data: dl. jul. 09, 2018 6:14 am

TEHRAN vans old skool sort , July 8 (Xinhua) -- Iran will allocate 5.3 billion U.S. dollars to tackle employment in the country, Financial Tribune daily reported on Saturday.

The Central Bank of Iran in an agreement with the Ministry of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare is considering the plan to deal with the unemployment rate which recently hits 12.6 percent.

Iranian Minister of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare vans old skool dame hvid , Ali Rabiei, said that, out of the fund, 26 million U.S. dollars would be allocated for job creation in the first three months of the scheme vans old skool hvid , and 105 million U.S. dollars will be extended to vocational training.

A portion of 26 million U.S. dollars will also be allocated in the form of cash subsidies, Rabiei was quoted as saying.

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It was announced here on Wednesday that Iran's unemployment rate in the first quarter of the current fiscal year, started March 21 vans old skool tilbud , 2017, stood at 12.6 percent, a 0.4-percent rise compared with the same period of past year.

The figure also showed a 0.1-percent increase compared with the previous quarter.

Total unemployment people, among Iranians aged 10 and above vans old skool danmark , were 3.36 million, including 2.25 million men and 1.11 million women.

According to the daily, the unemployment rate was 14.4 percent for urban areas and 7.8 percent for rural areas.

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High unemployment rate is among the gravest challenges for the re-elected Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's economic team.

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by Xinhua writers Hu Longjiang and Yu Fei

BEIJING, June 1 (Xinhua) -- China will put into space five new satellites within about five years as part of the country's fast-expanding space science program, a national science chief said on Wednesday.

The five satellites, including a Sino-European joint mission known as SMILE, will focus on observation of solar activities and their impact on Earth's environment and space weather, analysis of water recycling and probing of black holes, according to Wu Ji, director of the National Space Science Center under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

They should make major breakthroughs in these fields, Wu said.

Of the five satellites, SMILE, or "Solar wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer," is set to blast off in 2021. The satellite is designed to study the effects of the sun on Earth's environment and space weather by creating images of the interactions between solar winds and Earth's magnetosphere with X-ray and ultraviolet technology.

MIT, the Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling Exploration, aims at investigating the origin of upflow ions and their acceleration mechanism and discovering the key mechanism for the magnetosphere, ionosphere and thermosphere coupling.

And WCOM, the Water Cycle Observation Mission, is a bid to better understand Earth's water cycle by simultaneous and fast measurement of key parameters such as soil moisture, ocean salinity and ocean surface evaporation.

The other two satellites are the Advanced Space-borne Solar Observatory (ASO-S) and the Einstein-Probe. The former will help scientists understand the causality among magnetic fields, flares and coronal mass ejections, while the latter is tasked with discovering quiescent black holes over all astrophysical mass ranges and other compact objects via high-energy transients.

The ASO-S is China's first solar exploration satellite, ending the nation's history of depending on foreign solar observation data.

Although the missions sound remote from ordinary people, Wu Ji insisted they are of imperative importance for space science and improving lives.

"All these projects were selected according to their scientific significance by judging committees led by scientists in an effort to give a vent for their innovation potential," Wu said.

Last week, the CAS announced China would launch the first experimental quantum communication satellite in July.

The new satellite is the third of four scientific satellites under a CAS space program, which has already seen the orbit of China's first Dark Matter Particle Explorer (DAMPE) Satellite in December last year and the retrievable SJ-10 scientific research satellite in April. The DAMPE was designed to shine light on the invisible material which scientists say makes up most of the universe's mass, and the SJ-10 to aid scientists in studying microgravity and space life sciences.

Another powerful X-ray telescope to observe black holes, neutron stars and other phenomena is also scheduled to launch later this year.

Together, the four satellites and the new series of science probes announced by Wu could mark a new step forward in China's multi-billion-dollar space missions, a great source of national pride and a marker of China's global stature and technological expertise.

The country sent its first astronaut into space in 2003, becoming the third nation after Russia and the United States to achieve manned space travel independently. In 2008, astro.
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