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Porcine circovirus is one of the diseases that killed many pigs now floating down a river in Songjiang District, the Shanghai Agricultural Commission said this morning.

By yesterday, more than 1,200 dead pigs had been removed from the river.

Experts from the Shanghai Animal Diseases Control and Prevention Centre collected hearts, livers, spleens, lungs, lymph nodes and tonsils from five car
SHANGHAI will expand tax reform and improve fiscal structure to encourage healthy economic development even as the mayor warns the city faces problems in raising fiscal revenue this year.

The city will prioritize investment in innovation and infrastructure, boosting consumption, and supporting public welfare in its fiscal expenditure this year, Mayor Yang Xiong said at a municipality conferenc
THE redevelopment of the former 2010 Shanghai World Expo site took a major step forward yesterday with the opening of a four-story shopping mall on Expo Boulevard.

The first phase of the River Mall opened at the two sides of the 1-kilometer Expo Boulevard, the main access to the Expo site.

Ninety percent of the space has been leased to stores, restaurants and entertainment venues. Operators
TECHNOLOGIES shown at World Expo 2010 in Shanghai will be used in the city's Disneyland theme park, officials told an international digital media technology forum in the city yesterday.

Disneyland, which is now under construction and will be finished in 2015, will have typical American features along with local characteristics, said officials from Shanghai Shendi (Group) Co, which represents t
SHANGHAI'S economic growth picked up in the third quarter, signaling that its economy is bottoming out, even though it's still slightly short of the 8 percent target set for this year, data showed yesterday.

The city's gross domestic product rose 7.4 percent year on year to 1.4 trillion yuan (US$222 billion) in the first three quarters, the Shanghai Statistics Bureau said on its website.

Th
AN underground file-forging business has come to light around foreign consulates, with some forgers coaxing visa applicants to purchase fake files to obtain visas - a practice that could put them at risk of restrictions on going abroad.

A fake company business license and personal income certificate, which are necessary in visa applications required by some foreign consulates, are available at
SHANGHAI will add another 175 kilometers of subway track in the next three years.

By 2015, the city's subway network will reach 600 kilometers, a traffic official said yesterday.

Sun Jianping, director of the Shanghai Transport and Port Administration, said the city will "continue to increase subway coverage downtown and improve public transport capacity."

More than 34 percent of commute
Urban tourism in Shanghai has stepped into its "golden period" of development, said Dao Shuming, Director of the Shanghai Municipal Tourism Administration.

During the 12th five-year from 2011 to 2015, Shanghai will invest over 100 billion yuan to build 20 municipal key tourism projects and over 100 district key tourism projects. At present, 6 municipal key projects have officially started wit

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