Weekly Bulletins(Aug. 31- Sept. 4)

▲Three hospitals in Linyi were on the newly released list of 2019 Top 500 Hospitals in Prefecture-level Cities, according to the 2020 Conference on Competitiveness of Hospitals in China held in Guangzhou, south China’s Guangdong Province.

Among thousands of hospitals in prefecture-level cities across China, Linyi People’s Hospital ranked 7th, Linyi Central Hospital ranked 116th, and Linyi Municipal Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine ranked between 301st and 500th.


▲Witnessing a year-on-year drop of 10.92 percent to about 0.41 million in passenger numbers, Linyi Qiyang Airport carried the 62-day 2020 summer travel rush to completion. Moreover, 4033 flights and 2324.85 tons of air cargo were brought off at the airport, respectively grew by 9.35 percent and 26.31 percent over the same period of last year.


▲Girls’ basketball team of Linyi No.1 Middle School won second runner-up at 2019-2020 Chinese High School Basketball League (CHBL) held in Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi Province.

Reportedly, CHBL represents the highest level of high school basketball game held by students’ sports association attached to Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China.


▲Export commodities including stationery, hardware, clothing and other goods from six local enterprises passed through customs at the Cross-border E-commerce Supervision Center of Linyi on September 1.

Accounting for 72.74 percent with total value of 1.28 million dollars, Linyi topped Shandong in B2B (business-to-business) e-commerce exports. The goods were sent to overseas warehouses in Germany, Hungary, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, and other places.


▲Information Office of the People’s Government of Linyi City held a press conference to brief on Linyi’s plan on construction of digital infrastructures and supporting facilities on September 3.

According to the plan, Linyi will take the initiative to plan and promote the construction of digital infrastructures. Planning to build up and upgrade 5000 base stations for 5G to cover the urban areas, Linyi to invest about 1.08 billion yuan on 5G network construction this year. Currently, 2980 stations with total investment of 0.86 billion yuan had been completed.


▲First Linyi Imported Expo will be held during October 18 to 20 in Linyi City, east China’s Shandong Province. As the major domestic and regional logistics and transport hub, Linyi will give full play to its strength on business and trade and cross-border e-commerce and, dealt with the downward trend effected by the COVID-19 actively, effectively and efficiently, and promote the high-quality development of open economy.