To comply with the regulation, the city has upgraded most of its waste-disposal stations and garbage trucks, according to Zhang.
Tlaib and Omar also repeated their calls for Trump to be impeached.
Titled "Hungary Gourmet and Fashion", the two-week-long festival is also added an artistic touch via showcases of modern art and fashion. From Nov 21 to 29, Hungarian artists Gajdics Kristztian and Hegedusnesevella Zsuzsanna will demonstrate traditional leather products and handicrafts. Local costume and accessory showcases will follow from Nov 30 to Dec 1.
To better handle the soaring numbers of applications of trademarks and patents, the country has improved its examination efficiency in a bid to offer quick IP-related services for applicants, according to He Zhimin, deputy head of the administration.
To avoid taking on too much risk in countries that have limited access for big-ticket infrastructure project financing, Zhang said all international investors should target countries with stable financial markets, ensure there is sufficient capital flowing in and have flexible policies to manage currency and foreign reserves.
To build a better Hong Kong, Luo suggested the city strengthen Hong Kong people's national identity by sticking to the "one country, two systems" principle, and further promoting education on the Constitution, Basic Law, national security and other national affairs.
To develop such a system, he said developing countries should take measures, such as promoting climate-smart agricultural technologies and using Information Communications Technology (ICT) to link smallholders to urban consumers.
To be "smart", the latest product in Apple's portfolio, known as HomePod, comes with an A8 microprocessor chip, the same power engine in the technology company's flagship iPhone smartphone and iPad tablet computer.
To add to the confusion, US President Donald Trump this month ordered a ban on WeChat, the Chinese messaging, social media and mobile payment app, being available on Apple devices.
To exacerbate matters, many of these workers must don thick uniforms and hard hats. One such worker is Liu Qingfei, whose responsibility is to service the pole lamps in Shanghai Pudong International Airport that are more than 30 meters high. The extreme heat this summer has caused the number of lamp malfunctions to soar.