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BRUSSELS nike lebron 14 australia , April 19 (Xinhua) -- Inflation across the 19-country eurozone in March was confirmed at 1.5 percent due to a slowdown in energy price hiking, official data showed Wednesday.
Inflation in the bloc has surprised markets and policy-makers since the end of last year with figures remaining above 1.0 percent, ending the year-long subdued readings and close to the European Central Bank's (ECB) inflation goal.
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The core inflation, which excludes volatile elements such as energy and food, stood at 0.8 percent nike venomenon 5 australia , lower than the 0.9 percent of previous months and was expected to put pressure on the ECB.
In the wider European Union (EU), the annual inflation was 1.6 percent in March 2017, down from 2.0 percent in February. As usual nike kobe ad australia , great disparities were recorded in the bloc.
The lowest annual rates were registered in Romania at 0.4 percent, followed by Ireland and the Netherlands both at 0.6 percent, while the highest rates were recorded in Latvia at 3.3 percent nike kobe 11 australia , and Lithuania at 3.2 percent.
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The ECB repeatedly claimed it would increase the asset purchasing program if the inflation outlook were subdued.
ZHENGZHOU， Feb. 10 (Xinhua) -- Each year after Spring Festival， Majie village in central China's Henan Province is visited by folk artists from across the country.
The folk art fair there has lasted for 700 years. The event is said to originate from a prestigious folk artist in the village， whose many disciples gathered to celebrate his birthday in 1316.
The birthday celebration later evolved into a folk art fair. This year's event， from Tuesday to Thursday， in a wheat field in Majie， attracted 1，200 artists and 300，000 visitors.
Chinese folk art， or Quyi， has many forms， including ballad singing， story telling and cross talk， etc.
The Quyi fair presents an opportunity for the audience to establish contact with their favorite artists and pay them to perform.
At the height of Quyi， Zheng Jinpin， an artist at this year's fair， could earn 200 yuan (about 30 dollars) for a day's performance. But in recent years， spectators are less interested and the love of Quyi has waned.
Despite this the annual Quyi fair remains a calling for artists.
"It doesn't matter whether or not I am invited to perform at the event，" said Zheng， 68， who has attended every year since he was 16. "I have to come to meet with my colleagues."
Like Zheng， Li Dongmei， 61， has attended almost every fair since she started performing in her teens.
She was the "Quyi fair champion" last year， an award for the best performing artist during the fair. This year， she turned down a week-long performance in order to attend the fair instead.
"Here is a home for us artists，" Li said. "We are busy with our own lives all year around， and this is a time for us to gather."
Majie village has about 5，000 residents， but it hosts more than a thousand folk artists every year. Many villagers volunteer to provide free food and lodgings for artists during the fair.
Zhang Mantang， 64， has housed about 150 artists this year. Zhang， a businessman， returned to Majie in 2004 when the fair was losing popularity.
In 2006 he built 12 rooms， and bought bunk beds and cushions to host the guests. Over the years， Zhang has spent hundreds of thousands of yuan protecting the arts.
In 2006， the Majie Quyi Fair was inscribed on the first national intangible cultural heritage list. Zhang received government subsidies for his efforts in recent years.
As the fair ended and night fell， many guests gathered in Zhang's yard to talk about their lives and arts.
"The artists are the soul of Quyi，" Zhang said. "I have to keep them together."
by Diao Ze
BRUSSELS， Aug. 11 (Xinhua) -- Potatoes are the second largest cultivated crop in Belgium and a key ingredient in Belgian cuisine. It's the base of the world-famous French fries， and is considered by Belgians as part of their national pride.
From family lunchtime to potato-menu-only restaurants， what makes Belgian chips so special?
"First of all， you must understand that Belgian chips represent culture，" said Romain Cools， secretary general of Belgapom， the Belgian potato trade association， in a recent visit to a farmland in West Flanders with Xinhua.
"It's not only about the quality of the crops， which is the gift from mother nature， but also the whole industry we built over generations that fascinates the world，" he said.
According to a study published by Belgapom， in recent years， the Belgian potato sector has developed considerably and Belgium is now one of its main producers in western Europe. Companies specializing in potato cultivation， supply and processing are jointly important players on the market. Together， they annually contribute to the world 2.75 billion kg of chips， croquettes， potato flakes and crisps.