CANBERRA — The French-led investigation team examining a flaperon found in La Reunion Island has concluded the first phase of inspection work, Australian Joint Agency Coordination Center ( JACC) for the search of MH370 said on Wednesday.
However JACC refrained from giving any details of the findings, saying “the French authorities will, in consultation with Malaysia, report on progress in due course.”
“The French investigation team is working as quickly as possible in order to provide complete and reliable information,” the report said.(Australia-MH370-Conclusion)
ISLAMABAD — The Construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is now gaining momentum in Pakistan after Chinese President Xi Jinping visited the country in April, companies involved in the massive project said.
The CPEC, a 3,000-km network of roads, railways and pipelines linking Kashgar in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and southwest Pakistan’s Gwadar Port, is also a major project of China-proposed “Belt and Road” initiative.(Pakistan- China-Economic Corridor)
SYDNEY — Global telecommunications giant Huawei on Wednesday furthered their innovation and talent development, investing 30 million Australian dollars (22.08 million U.S. dollar) a new training and innovation center in Sydney.
Inaugurating the center on Wednesday, Huawei Global Rotating Chief Executive Ken Hu said innovation is part of the giant’s DNA, investing at least 10 percent of revenue into research and development since the companies founding in 1987.(Australia-Huawei- Center) Enditem

Source: Xinhua


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