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Shanghai reports robust growth in commercial activities in Jan.******
SHANGHAI, Oct. 30 (Xinhua) -- Shanghai has registered stellar growth in the city's commercial activities in the first three quarters of this year.
According to data released by the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce, the city's retail sales of consumer goods totaled 1.3 trillion yuan (about 207 billion U.S. dollars) in the period, up 19.6 percent year on year and 14.1 percent from the level in 2019.
In the first three quarters of this year, Shanghai's import and export value of goods totaled 2.9 trillion yuan, which represented a 15.4 and 17.8-percent growth from the level in 2020 and 2019 respectively.
Forty-seven regional headquarters of foreign-funded multinational companies were set up in Shanghai during the period, bringing the city's total number to 818. Meanwhile, 20 foreign-funded research and development centers were built, raising Shanghai's total to 501.
Addressing a press conference on Friday, the Shanghai municipal government said the city's better-than-expected performance in commercial activities helped lay a solid foundation for the upcoming 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE).
Nearly 3,000 businesses from 127 countries and regions are expected to attend the 4th CIIE from Nov. 5 to 10 in Shanghai. Enditem
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Police seek motive in deadly Sweden school attack******
Bouquets of flowers lie on stairs as people hug outside the Malmo Latin School on March 22, 2022 in Malmo, Sweden, a day after two women were killed.
Police in Sweden were Tuesday attempting to determine why an 18-year-old student allegedly killed two teachers at a high school a day earlier in an attack that has shaken the country.
The two victims, both women in their 50s, were teachers at Malmo Latin, a large high school in Sweden's third-biggest city, police said at a press conference on Tuesday.
Media reports said the suspect, whose name has not been disclosed, was armed with a knife and an axe, though police have not confirmed that information.
Police chief Petra Stenkula said police had seized "several weapons that are not firearms" at the scene.
Investigators were now trying to determine whether the suspect specifically targeted his victims or chose them at random, and whether he had planned to attack more people.
"We don't know yet if he had any connection to these employees", Stenkula told reporters.
The student "has no criminal record", she said, adding that police were looking into his background and movements prior to the attack.
Investigators were on Tuesday searching the suspect's home in the nearby town of Trelleborg, she added.
Police were alerted to the attack at 5:12 pm (1612 GMT) and a first patrol was able to enter the school minutes later.
About 50 students and teachers were inside at the time, and news footage showed heavily equipped and armed police inspecting the interior of the building.
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The suspect was arrested on the third floor just 10 minutes after the first alert, putting up no resistance, Stenkula said.
His two victims were lying on the floor nearby, she added.
The teachers were rushed to hospital for treatment but their deaths were announced later in the evening.
According to daily Aftonbladet, the alleged attacker called emergency services to say where he was and that he had laid down his weapons, and confessed to the killings.
Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson on Tuesday expressed her "sadness" and "consternation" over the attack.
At the high school, which was closed on Tuesday, a support group has been set up for teachers and students, local authorities said.
"Everyone is deeply shocked. Devastated," a teacher at the school who didn't want to be identified told AFP on Tuesday.
"It's an awful crime, it's impossible to take it all in", she said, standing outside the school where a group of about 20 students stood hugging and crying, some with flowers to lay down on the ground.
School attacks are relatively rare in Sweden, which has in recent years grown more accustomed to shootings and bombings in underworld settlings of scores that kill dozens of people each year.
But several serious incidents have taken place at schools in southern Sweden in recent months.
In January, a 16-year-old was arrested after wounding another student and a teacher with a knife at a school in the small town of Kristianstad.
That incident was linked to a similar knife attack in August 2021 in the town of Eslov, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) away, when a student attacked a 45-year-old school employee.
No link has been established between those two events and the Malmo attack.
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