On the morning of September 20, Yuandong Company held the first extraordinary shareholders meeting in 2018. The meeting was chaired by Liu Yansheng, the chairman of the board of directors. Some shareholders and authorized representatives of the shareholders, directors, supervisors and senior management of the company attended the meeting. Attorneys from Beijing Jiayuan Law Firm attended the testimony and published the legal opinions of this extraordinary general meeting.
On the afternoon of September 18, Jiang Yuan, deputy director of the Department of Industrial Statistics of the National Bureau of Statistics, and his party came to the Far East Company to investigate the development of the company on the spot. Liu Shengli, deputy mayor of Xuchang City, and Li Yaqiang, deputy head of Jian'an District, accompanied him. Chairman Liu Yansheng and Vice Chairman Zhao Baojiang received warm reception.
On August 28th, Shao Qiyi, secretary of the Jian'an District Party Committee of Xuchang City , and Ms . Shi Caixia, deputy general manager of the company, went to Zhu Junfeng, a poor household in Zhuzhuang Village, Xiaozhao Township, Jian'an District, to congratulate his son Zhu Zhitao for being admitted to the Henan Provincial Vocational College of Transportation. Shao Shuji purchased the suitcase at his own expense as a gift, and Ms. Shi Caixia sent a scholarship of 5,000 yuan on behalf of the company.
The era of robots has arrived. According to the latest statistics of the International Robotics Alliance, the global service robot market is growing at a rate of 20% to 30%, and sales will reach $8.5 billion by 2015. The high-speed development period has also brought historic development opportunities to Chinese robot manufacturers. Shenyang Xinsong robot, which is known as the "first share of domestic robots", is in a state of flux.
Xia Deren, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and chairman of the Liaoning Provincial Political Consultative Conference, said that China's original competitive enterprises are gradually losing their advantages. Not only are low-end and medium-end manufacturing industries shifting to Southeast Asia and other regions, but also high-end manufacturing