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LHASA Dalton Schultz Cowboys Jersey , Sept. 20 (Xinhua) -- China Everbright Bank opened a branch in Tibet Autonomous Region on Wednesday, which will support the region's economic development with heavy financing over the next five years.


China Everbright Group and the bank's Lhasa branch signed strategic cooperation agreements with the regional and Lhasa municipal governments respectively. It is the 17th financial institution operating in the autonomous region.


In the next five years, China Everbright Bank, a national joint-stock commercial bank, will provide financial support of at least 50 billion yuan (7.6 billion U.S. dollars) for the region's infrastructure, key industries, poverty reduction and social development, said Wu Fulin, deputy general manager of China Everbright Group.


Tibet's financing sector has grown rapidly in recent years. Currently, the region has banks, securities, insurance, trust and small-loan firms.


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NAIROBI, Sept. 19 (Xinhua) -- African countries have pledged to tame illegal trade in timber and other forest products by ensuring that the sub-sector makes a meaningful contribution to the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP), a conservationist said on Tuesday.


Kenya's Chief Conservator of Forest Emilio Mugo said representatives from Kenya, Uganda, Mozambique, Madagascar, Tanzania and Zanzibar (Tanzania) who met in Nairobi on Tuesday agreed to take stern action against those caught in the illegal trade of the products.


"Illegal trade in timber and forest products is not only degrading the rich forests assets of the region but also represents an enormous loss in economic values and livelihood opportunities to the countries," Mugo said at the end of a two-day meeting.


He noted that the meeting marks a significant step forward in efforts to ensure timber trade in Eastern Africa is managed in a way that brings equitable benefits to all.


Mugo said that the meeting agreed to assist people with timber products to benefit from the products by ensuring that they reap maximum profit from the consumers.


The meeting followed the Zanzibar Declaration meeting that was signed in September 2015 during the XIV World Forestry Congress in South Africa.


Since signing the declaration, the countries have seen huge progress in addressing rampant illegal trade in the member countries.


They agreed develop a mechanism to collaborate on implementation of trade governed under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).


"We have jointly agreed to pursue the Global Environmental Facility funding opportunity to help improve our forest cover and also fight climate change effects," Mugo added.


The members also agreed to deal with produce seized from illegal trade and raise fund to help improve the state of environment in the region.


The Kenya Forest Service is partnering with the Timber Manufacturers Association in establishing tree seedlings to help achieve and surpass her set goal of 10 percent tree cover.


The tree nurseries in the country currently produce 2.5 million indigenous seedlings and are set to increase to 4.5 million.


"This will immensely boost the rehabilitation program throughout the country," TMA chairman Benson Gitau said.


He noted that trees will be planted especially in arid and semi arid regions to help reduce land degradation.


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China will give greater financial rewards to innovative academics and small research bodies in a drive to convert interesting scientific ideas into commercial realities and rev up its high-tech industries as wider economic growth stalls.


China's State Council said research bodies and university units who transferred their work to outside firms to develop and market should receive no less than half of the net income earned from the product as a reward.


China is trying to boost its high-tech industries, from medicines to computer chips, to offset a slowdown in manufacturing and exports that has dragged its economic growth to its slowest level in a quarter of a century.


"It is important to speed up the transfer of scientific achievements, open a channel between science and the economy and quickly create a new productive force," the State Council said in a statement late on Wednesday.


The announcement, posted on the official central government website, followed a regular State Council meeting presided over by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.


Academics would have greater freedom to do part-time work with external firms to develop products, while success in creating products would be taken into account when assessing research bodies and universities, the State Council said.


It said China would look to accelerate the creation of pilot zones with preferential tax policies for innovative business, as well as other financial or tax measures to support research units and individuals.
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