rch center at t上海千花网女神会所he administration, the Center of Sh
anghai International Film and TV Festival and the audiovisual communication research ce
nter at Peking University, about 1,500 films were screened exclusively online in 2018, a drop from 2,400 in 2016.
The drop is partly a result of the rising budgets for online movies, which as the survey also shows, have gr
own a hundredfold, surging from several hundred thousand yuan in 2015 to tens of millions of yuan in 2018.
“We hope to see the quality of films continue to improve as more budget is alloca
ted to such projects,” says Lu Di, director of the research center at Peking University.
Ma Zhongjun, founder of Shanghai-based Ciwen Media and a Chinese pla
ywright, stated at the summit that some key elements of quality online works are inn
ovation, either in characters or plots, and a smooth and rigorous film production process ranging from the choic
e charge of the task, according to the decree signed by Premier Li Keqiang.
All government services, unless otherwise specified by laws and regulations or involving state secrets, shall
be processed online in line with the procedures determined by the State Council, the decree noted.
Government service providers must not require enterprises or ind
ividuals to submit information that is already acces
sible through information sharing. Neither are they allo
wed to put the submitted information to other uses.
The decree also confirms the legal validity of electronic signatures, seals, certificates and archives.
The decree came into effect the day it was made public.
ranking in fourth place following Samsung, Google’s parent Alphabet and Amazon. Data als
o showed the company took 14 percent of its annual sales on research last year, the second-highest after Alphabet.
Huawei’s R&D spending totaled 480 billion yuan ($71.3 billion) over the past 10 years, ac
cording to its annual report. Besides, the tech behemoth achieved 721.2 billion yuan in global sales in 2018, a 19.5
percent increase year-on-year, and net profit reached 59.3 billion yuan, up 25.1 percent compared with a year earlier.
Smartphone sales from the company gained 348.9 billion yuan las
t year, a 45.1 percent rise year-on-year accounting for 48.4 percent of total revenue.
As of April 15, Huawei has secured 40 commercial contracts for 5G equipment and shi
pped over 70,000 5G base stations, the company announced at its annual Global Analyst Summit.