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The LHC also said that the National Health Service (NHS) system is facing financial pressure. It noted that care needs to be made more personal and organized round patients and their needs rather than the system and its rules.
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Proposed measures included mandatory traffic-light labeling on restaurant menus; Oyster travel card discounts for commuters who walk to work; prevention of new junk food outlets opening within 400 meters of schools; more pricing restrictions for alcohol; and speeding up air quality measures.
The report also called for a one-billion-pound (1.60 billion U.S. dollars) investment over the next five years to modernize general practitioner surgeries, since one third of which are rated "very poor" or "unacceptable."
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BEIJING， June 21 (Xinhua) -- China is still one of the world's most attractive destinations for investment， according to a survey done by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
Foreign direct investment (FDI) in real terms attracted to the Chinese mainland was second only to the United States in 2015， Zhan Xiaoning， an official with UNCTAD in charge of investment and enterprises， said Tuesday.
FDI into the Chinese mainland rose 6.4 percent year on year to 126.7 billion U.S. dollars in 2015， according to the Ministry of Commerce (MOC).
At a press conference on the world's 2016 investment report， Zhan noted a trend where， among all FDI into China， more has been flowing to capital and technology-intensive sectors and high value-added fields.
Foreign investment in the service industry rose 17.3 percent in 2015， accounting for 61.1 percent of the total flow for the period， the MOC data showed.
FDI witnessed a robust global recovery in 2015， surging 38 percent in the year to 1.76 trillion U.S. dollars， the highest since the global finance crisis in 2008， according to the report.
However， the momentum could be interrupted， as Zhan expects global FDI to fall 10 to 15 percent in 2016 before restoring the growing trend in 2017 and jumping to over 1.8 trillion U.S. dollars in 2018. Enditem
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Keynote Speech by H.E. Xi Jinping President of the People’s Republic of China At the Opening Session Of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2017
Davos， 17 January 2017
President Doris Leuthard and Mr. Roland Hausin，
Heads of State and Government， Deputy Heads of State and Your Spouses，
Heads of International Organizations，
Dr. Klaus Schwab and Mrs. Hilde Schwab，
Ladies and Gentlemen，
I’m delighted to come to beautiful Davos. Though just a small town in the Alps， Davos is an important window for taking the pulse of the global economy. People from around the world come here to exchange ideas and insights， which broaden their vision. This makes the WEF annual meeting a cost-effective brainstorming event， which I would call “Schwab economics”.
“It was the best of times， it was the worst of times.” These are the words used by the English writer Charles Dickens to describe the world after the Industrial Revolution. Today， we also live in a world of contradictions. On the one hand， with growing material wealth and advances in science and technology， human civilization has developed as never before. On the other hand， frequent regional conflicts， global challenges like terrorism and refugees， as well as poverty， unemployment and widening income gap have all added to the uncertainties of the world.
Many people feel bewildered and wonder: What has gone wrong with the world?
To answer this question， one must first track the source of the problem. Some blame economic globalization for the chaos in the world. Economic globaliz.