n Yongsheng county in Yunnan province, Pingjiang county in Hunan province and Fenxi county in Shanxi province.
Players can earn credits through selling the virtual produ 阿拉爱上海
cts they have grown or by viewing advertisements embedded in the game.
Those credits can then be used as discount coupons in the market section of the game to pu
阿拉爱上海rchase real goods, such as rice and fruits, produced by local farmers in those counties.
All of the advertising revenue and the income from selling products
through the outlet will be used to support poverty alleviation work in these counties. 阿拉爱上海
All of the virtual products in the game represent real local specialties produced in
阿拉爱上海the pilot counties. Photos and descriptions for these products are also available.
Players can share the link to these local specialties with three friends a
nd form a group to purchase these products and help poor farmers. Players can also view a real-ti 阿拉爱上海
me report about how much they have contributed to help these counties fight poverty. 阿拉爱上海
As China’s fight against poverty enters a new phase that focuses on targeted, precise solut
ions, the government has been seeking innovative ways to make the efforts more effective. 阿拉爱上海
In 2018, China lifted 13.8 million people in rural areas out of poverty, with the number of impov
erished rural residents dropping from 98.9 million in late 2012 to 16.6 million by the end of last year. 阿拉爱上海
China has vowed to eradicate absolute poverty by the end of 2020.
Pork prices to continue rising in latter half of year as swine fever woes persist
The supply of meat can satisfy domestic demand in the latt 阿拉爱上海
er half of the year as the decrease in pork production continues due to A
frican swine fever outbreaks, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said on Wednesday.
阿拉爱上海Tang Ke, chief of the market and economic information department at the ministry, said at a new
s conference that pork prices in China have kept rising since March, and at an accelerated pace recently.
The average wholesale price of pork－the most commonly consumed meat in C
hina－reached 21.6 yuan a kilogram ($3.10) in June, an increase of 4.7 percent compare
d with that in May and a rise of nearly 30 percent compared with June last year, he said.