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eed to have a backup plan on how to adjust your supply chain," he added.Participants agreed that tariffs are a double-edged sword since, in this age of g▓lobalization, many U.S. business supply chains rely heavily on other countries' raw materials and labor to source and manufacture their own products, particularly China's.In California, the tariffs are reducing exp▓ort and consumption of key U.S. commodities, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, grain, wine -- all major▓ exports for California and the U.S. Midwest.There were concerns among the business owners and bankers who atte▓nded, whose businesses will feel the brunt of the trade ▓frictions.The two sponsoring entities of the seminar, China General Chamber of Comm

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rst bi▓ological experiment on the Moon.The "lunar mini bio▓sphere" experiment was designed by 2▓8 Chinese universities led by Southwest China's Chongqing University, according to a ▓conference on scientific and tec

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▓ation of Chongqing Municipality.Blosso▓ming hopesResearchers hope the seeds will blossom on the Moon, with the process captured on camera and transmi▓tted to Earth.Although astronauts have cultiva▓ted plants on th

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Station, and rice and arabidopsis were grown in China's Tiangong-2▓ space lab, those experiments were conducted in low-Earth or▓bit, at an altitude of about 400 kilometers. The environment on the Moon, 380,000 kilo

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erce (CGCC) and Cathay Bank, are leaders in servicing the Chinese American business communities and fostering business ties between the United States and China.CGCC is touted as the largest and most influential non-profit organization representing Chinese enterpri▓ses in the United States. Its 1,500 members share a focus ▓on renewable energy, trade, finance, real estate and aerospace, and include 54 companies ranked on the 2018 Fortune Global 500 list.Their website reports that CGCC Chinese member companies are collectively responsible for 120 billion U.S. do▓llars in investments and employ more than 200,000 peopl▓e directly.Zhang Xuming, chairman of CGCC-Los Angele▓s, said: "Healthy trade between the U.S. and C

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ngqing University, said that as the Moon has no atmosphere, its temperature ranges from below minus 100 C to above 100 C."We have to keep the temperature in the 'mini biosphere' within a range of 1 t▓o 30 degree

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the seeds and the photosynthesis on the Moon," said Liu."Why potato and arabidopsis? Because the gr▓owth period of arabidopsis is short and ▓convenient to observe. And potatoes could become a major source of foo

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hina is essential to the economic well-being of both countries. That is certain."CGCC's mission is to generate economic growth, create value, and enha▓nce cooperation between U.S. and Chinese businesses, so Zhang views the trade dispute as a troubling development that will only unravel the enhanc▓ed levels of international cooperation his ▓organization has worked so hard to foster."China and the United States need to be friends," concurred Tai. "▓Global stability and economic prosperity depend on it."The b▓ank Tai heads up was founded in Los Angeles in 1962▓ and expanded its network throughout Califo▓rnia, Massachusetts, New York, Texas, Washington, Illinois, New Jersey, Nevada, Maryland, and Hong Kong, with represe

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