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GUANGZHOU http://www.maillotesquipedefrance.fr/ma … edder.html , Sept. 17 (Xinhua) -- After taking over German robotics firm Kuka, Chinese home appliance giant Midea Group is turning the European company into a global service provider for smart manufacturing.

At the 2017 China (Guangdong)--Europe Investment and Innovation Cooperation Conference held in Foshan City this week, Gu Yanmin, vice president of Midea, said more advanced mobile robots were being developed so Kuka's industrial robots could be applied in more complicated production scenarios.

"More Chinese technologies have been introduced to the European market. The two-way technology exchange is replacing the previous one-way technology imports from Europe to China," Gu said.

Midea has nine research and development centers in China, and the number of such centers overseas has topped 11. The latest is located in Graz http://www.maillotesquipedefrance.fr/ma … reola.html , Austria, and aims to provide technology for home appliance development to the European market.

Jonathan Schoo, China director at Germany Trade and Invest and a conference attendee, said more Chinese companies have invested in the high-tech field in Germany, while German companies have reinforced their investment in China.

"Joint R&D projects in the high-tech field benefit both sides, and we welcome such cooperation," he said http://www.maillotesquipedefrance.fr/ma … andez.html , citing a recent partnership between Guangdong Biolight Meditech Company with its German counterpart in establishing an R&D center in northern Germany.

"From Germany's traditional dominant fields such as automobiles, engineering, machinery and transportation, to emerging areas including environmental protection and new energy, cooperation between the two countries is increasing," he said.

Chinese companies have been pouring resources into research and innovation over the years and led the world in certain fields, which is the primary cause of the technical exchange reverse http://www.maillotesquipedefrance.fr/ma … ielny.html , said Mats Harborn, president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China.

"European companies used to invest in China for its cheap labor force, but now they come to acquire new technologies," he said.

Official data showed that in Guangdong Province, China's manufacturing hub, R&D investment accounted for 2.58 percent of the total output value in 2016, which was close to the level of developed countries. The southern province has nurtured world-class factories in some emerging industries such as drones http://www.maillotesquipedefrance.fr/ma … rtial.html , intelligent robots and OLED.

Thomas Schmitz, president of Andritz (China) Ltd., said his company has built a close relationship with local scientific research institutions and invested 3 percent of its revenue in R&D.

Andritz has over 200 employees in China engaged in research and new products design. They completed 155 research projects and obtained 34 patents over the past three years. The company co-developed a new system for garbage disposal and recycling with a local Guangdong company.

"Guangdong is no longer a place for low-end trade or a world factory for cheap digital products," he said.

Exchange of scientific research staff has also become more frequent. China has signed many cooperative agreements with universities and research institutions in Germany, France, Britain and other European countries.

Chinese companies have the advantage of market model innovation, while their European partners lead in industrial manufacturing technologies http://www.maillotesquipedefrance.fr/ma … idibe.html , according to Liu Chang from the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China. "Those advantages are also the direction for cooperation by the two sides," said Liu.

Top actors, pop stars, sports heroes and veteran comics turned out in force on Sunday for a special broadcast celebrating the 40th anniversary of the seminal late night comedy programme, "Saturday Night Live" during a marathon live show.

The 3-12-hour show on NBC, which has aired the Saturday night staple since 1975 and launched the careers of comedy stars ranging from Eddie Murphy to Martin Short, featured a series of rapid-fire clips of classic SNL bits http://www.maillotesquipedefrance.fr/ma … ssoko.html , with the show's veterans reprising or reinventing their most-loved sketches.

Ostensibly hosted by Steve Martin, the anniversary show included appearances by some of Hollywood's biggest stars, including Jack Nicholson, Robert De Niro and Tom Hanks.

Dozens of cast members from the chequered history of "Saturday Night Live" were on hand, notably first-season regulars Chevy Chase, Jane Curtin, Bill Murray http://www.maillotesquipedefrance.fr/ma … digne.html , Dan Aykroyd, Laraine Newman and Garrett Morris.

Top figures from the music world such as Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, Taylor Swift and Keith Richards joined sports heroes Derek Jeter and Peyton Manning, crowding into the studio at NBC's Rockefeller Center headquarters that comprised a veritable who's who of popular culture.

The show opened with former cast member Jimmy Fallon, now host of the "Tonight Show," one of television's most visible positions http://www.maillotesquipedefrance.fr/ma … danda.html , being "upstaged" by Justin Timberlake before the pair launched into a rap duet celebrating the show's classic sketches and characters.

Hanks, Alec Baldwin, Chris Rock and Billy Crystal and others took to the stage to argue about who should have served as host, Will Farrell hosted a segment of "Celebrity Jeopardy" and nonagenarian Betty White and Bradley Cooper exchanged a lengthy, full-on the mouth kiss in a soap opera satire segment of "The Californians."

Aykroyd and Newman reprised an old "Bass-o-Matic" fake commercial, Curtin joined Tiny Fey and Amy Poehler to host "Weekend Update," and a series of old tapes showed auditions by cast members http://www.maillotesquipedefrance.fr/ma … abiot.html , as well as some famous names who didn't make the cut, including Stephen Colbert and Jim Carrey.

Among musical highlights were a duet by McCartney and Simon, and performances by Kanye West and Miley Cyrus.

Nicholson introduced a segment on the show's political humour, Short handled the duties on its musical history and Rock paid tribute to, and introduce.




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