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Jiao

A currency unit in China and Taiwan. It is equal to 1/10 of one renminbi or one Taiwanese dollar. The jiao is more commonly used in China.
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Meanwhile, panda father Jiao Qing, 9, is relaxing and munching on bamboo.
Jiao Ming thanked China for its support and assistance during its performance and expressed its willingness to continue to contribute to the development of bilateral relations.
At the event, Jiao said: "We keep creating and keep innovating because we believe this is key for us to move forward."
Pakistan's technology adoption rate is over 9%, much more than Europe where it currently stays below 5%,' Jiao added.
To another question, Gene Jiao stated that the company foresees a smart revolution that will digitalize the world around us.
"Shanghai Jiao Tong University, with its strengths in engineering, is looking forward to complementing research interests and strengths with the University of Huddersfield's Future Metrology Hub to build a world-class metrology centre in Shanghai to serve the manufacturing industry in China and UK."
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"[Chifeng] is an experienced gold miner who is well-suited and focused on extending the life of Sepon through the transition from copper production to primary gold operations," Jiao said.
Proceeds of the Hai Jiao 1400 Limited (the issuer) notes were used to refinance a portion of the contract price of two liquefied natural gas vessels.
'The enrollment of foreign students also proved that China's technology in the field has made huge progress during the past years,' Jiao said.
The MoU was signed by Issam Kazim, chief executive officer of Dubai Corporation for Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DCTCM) and Gene Jiao, president of Huawei CBG, Middle East & Africa to support the strategic tie up between DTCM and Huawei CBG to various activities.
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