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CMG unveils Guangzhou base to produce content on high-quality development

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CMG unveils Guangzhou base to produce content on high-quality development

2024-05-22 02:41 Last Updated At:04:17

China Media Group (CMG)'s first production base dedicated to producing TV programs about China's high-quality development was launched on Tuesday in Guangzhou in south China's Guangdong Province.

The new production base, called the "Window of Southern Guangdong", will support the deepening partnership between the CMG and the province. It will enable the creation of a series of high-quality TV programs and key projects, further promoting the high-quality development of the broader Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

At the unveiling ceremony, the CMG Guangdong Station inked a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for cooperation with the province's commerce and cultural and tourism departments, aiming to launch various activities with local characteristics that will promote consumption.

The station will also cooperate with the Guangzhou Municipal Housing and Urban-Rural Development Bureau to produce a documentary capturing images of Guangzhou, which will chronicle the city's vigorous efforts in driving the transformation of its old neighborhoods, and present the touching stories behind these changes.

CMG unveils Guangzhou base to produce content on high-quality development

CMG unveils Guangzhou base to produce content on high-quality development

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) does not anticipated a peak in global oil demand in its long-term forecast, said Haitham Al Ghais, secretary general of the organization on Thursday.

OPEC expects oil demand to grow to 116 million barrels a day by 2045, or potentially even higher, Al Ghais said.

The secretary general's statement came in the wake of a report released by the International Energy Agency (IEA) on Wednesday.

The IEA stated in its report that global oil demand growth is projected to slow in the upcoming years, with a potential oversupply risk in the global oil market by 2029.

OPEC's long-term forecast anticipates no peak in global oil demand: secretary general

OPEC's long-term forecast anticipates no peak in global oil demand: secretary general

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