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Shenzhen, a city that pioneered reform and opening-up in China, will allow fully autonomous vehicles to run on certain roads, as the city in Guangdong province unveiled the nation"s first regulation tailored for smart and internet-connected vehicles. The new regulation, scheduled to come into force on Aug 1, also clarified rules for liability in car accidents that involve autonomous driving, helping to fill the legal gap in China's smart car industry. Shenzhen is giving self-driving cars a legal "identity card", a key move in accelerating the commercialization of autonomous vehicles, experts said, adding that more legal measures and more testing

SHENZHEN -- China's southern boomtown Shenzhen in Guangdong province saw its trade with members of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) near 354 billion yuan ($52.4 billion) from January to May, an increase of 1.2 percent year-on-year. During the period, exports from Shenzhen to RCEP members reached 123.8 billion yuan, up 11.4 percent year-on-year, according to statistics from the local customs. The value of the exported goods reached 2.3 billion yuan during the period, while that of the imported goods reached 570 million yuan, the statistics showed. Local authorities have also set up the Shenzhen Service Center of RCEP to

Metropolis ramps up efforts for green transition, more sustainable future Editor"s note: China aims to peak its carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060, major goals in a national green transition drive. This series looks at efforts in various sectors to meet the goals. Xiao Tianfa had lived for almost 40 years in the historical Xinqiao residential area, among a group of walled houses of the Hakka people in Shenzhen's northeastern Longgang district, Guangdong province. The 84-year-old was born, grew up, and spent half of his life there. Although he moved to a nearby location in