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HAVANA Womens Shoes Nike Free 3.0 V5 Black Green , Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- Cuba's boxing team Domadores (Tamers, in English) is in the final preparations to defend the championship of World Series of Boxing (WSB) beginning Jan. 16.


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Acebal said Cuba's team is led by Olympic champions Roniel Iglesias (69-kg) and Robeisy Ramirez (56-kg).


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CAPE TOWN, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) -- The ruling African National Congress (ANC) on Sunday denied a newspaper report that the ANC wants new rules to protect President Jacob Zuma.


The Sunday Times quoted ANC Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu as saying in an interview that the ANC "wants to change parliament's rules to create new measures to defend Zuma against abusive MPs before his next visit to the National Assembly".


"The Office of the ANC Chief Whip in Parliament" is disappointed with the downright dishonest fabrications and shoddy journalism", spokesperson Moloto Mothapo said.


"This is blatantly untrue," Mothapo said, adding that at no point during the interview, such a remark was made.


The Sunday Times reporter, Babalwa Ndenze, cannot produce any record proving that the Chief Whip indeed said those words, said Mothapo.


"Ndenze's story is wholly based on sensationalized inventions, which he will have an impossible task to prove when the matter is reported to the press ombudsman this week," the spokesperson said.


In response to Ndenze's question seeking the ANC Caucus' view on the disruptions that broke out during president's appearance in Parliament to reply to questions, the Chief Whip emphasized the need for all parties to commit to the supremacy of the House rules and the importance of enforcing the existing rules to deal with disruptive elements.


Zuma has been disrupted several times by opposition MPs during Q&A sessions in Parliament. Recently, the National Assembly adopted new overhauled set of rules, which, amongst others, deal with disruptive conduct and provide comprehensive guide regarding appropriate steps to be taken against unruly MPs.


"It is therefore inconceivable that the Chief Whip would have called for a new rule to deal with what is already thoroughly provided for in the existing newly adopted rules," Mothapo said.


The Office of the ANC Chief Whip will this week lodge a formal complaint with the press ombudsman to ensure that the Sunday Times publish a retraction and an apology regarding the unfair and damaging fabrications contained in Ndenze's story, said Mothapo.




TIANJIN, June 27 (Xinhua) -- While the Chinese economy is changing gear, its consumption market is experiencing an even bigger shift: Enter the new class of savvy consumers -- the millennials.


"The millennials are a very different generation. They were born and bred at a time when China's economy and wealth were growing rapidly, so most have no memory of the hunger and instability experienced by their parents," said Zhang Lifen, a journalism professor at Shanghai's Fudan University and former editor-in-chief at FTChinese, at a meeting at the World Economic Forum, which began Sunday.


These young people born after 1980 now account for 40 percent of China's population aged between 15 - 70. They account for around 45 percent of consumption, and this share is expected to reach 53 percent in five years, according to Boston Consulting Group (BCG).


"The force driving consumption has completely changed. The younger generation will become the biggest spenders, contributing two thirds of consumption growth going forward," said Carol Liao, greater China president at Boston Consulting Group.


Unlike their thrifty parents, who lived through challenging economic and social times and chose to save and limit consumption, the younger generation are spending more generously and demonstrating more individualized preferences.


According to BCG, consumption among the younger generation is expected to grow twice as much as their parents, at 14 percent annually. The upper middle class among millennials spend 40 percent more across a number of consumer goods than the same cohort in their parents' generation.


The generation gap is equally evident in factors shaping respective consumption habits of the millennials and their parents. Twenty-five percent of Chinese millennials hold a bachelor's degree or higher, compared to 3 percent for their parents generation. The younger generation can recognize 20 cosmetic brands on average, compared to just 7 for the older generation, a BCG study finds.


"The things they find interesting, and the services they need are drastically different from the previous generation," said Xiao Hong, CEO of Chinese gaming company Perfect World during a panel discussion on Chinese millennials at the WEF meeting in Tianjin on Sunday.


"What you see on the market are hundreds of niche brands in everything from cosmetics to snacks catering to various demands of the Millennials. While none of the smaller players can rival establis.

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