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DUBLIN Mark Letestu Jersey , June 11 (Xinhua) -- A delegation from China's southern province of Guangdong on Sunday wrapped up a four-day visit to Ireland, where they expressed strong interest in furthering economic and trade cooperation with the island country in west Europe.


The delegation was led by Hu Chunhua, member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and secretary of the Guangdong Provincial CPC Committee.


Guangdong has been known for the various pilot projects and the vitality of its economy as China gradually opened up and carried out reforms over the past decades. It had a gross domestic product (GDP) of about 1.16 trillion U.S. dollars in 2016, accounting for 10.69 percent of China's total GDP and over 28 percent of China's international trade.


In a meeting with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny, Hu said his visit was aimed at further implementing the consensus reached by leaders of the two countries, strengthening communication and exchanges in all sectors and expanding economic and trade ties between local governments.


While joining hands to build the Belt and Road, Hu said Guangdong hopes to deepen friendly and cooperative relations with Ireland, and enhance pragmatic cooperation in a wide range of fields, including science&technology, education and agriculture.


For his part, Kenny said Ireland and China enjoy long-term friendship and that bilateral relations develop smoothly.


The Irish prime minister said his country is willing to boost communication and exchanges with Guangdong and China at large. He added Ireland will continue to provide convenience of investment for China and China's Guangdong Province.


During the four-day visit to Ireland from Thursday to Sunday, Hu attended a business roundtable meeting, in which over 120 Guangdong and Irish entrepreneurs participated.


At the roundtable meeting, Hu said Guangdong in the years ahead will focus on restructuring its economic structure and accelerating its industrial transformation and upgrading.


He said his province will remain committed to the development of the "innovation-oriented" economy, adding that his province will increase efforts to promote green, circular, and low-carbon development.


Hu said he hopes to enhance friendly cooperation between local governments, expand two-way investment and increase trade levels. He said he hopes to strengthen cooperation in science&technology and education, boost cultural and people-to-people exchanges, so as to open up a new prospect for mutually beneficial cooperation.


During his visit, Hu and his delegation also visited Shannon Free Zone, which was established in 1959.


Ireland is the second leg of Guangdong delegation's current three-nation tour. After winding up visits to Israel and Ireland, the delegation will travel to Britain.


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Home health care services are an increasingly important part of the health care system in a day and age where nearly 13% of Americans are age 65 and older. According to the 2010 census, the population of the United States will be older than it is now in the future, with an age median being driven up by the Baby Boom. With an aging population come increased health issues across the board, as well as a heightened need for daily care and supervision:


“This rapid growth of the older population may present challenges in the next two decades,” said Victoria Velkoff, assistant chief for estimates and projections for the Census Bureau’s Population Division. “It’s also noteworthy that those 85 and older – who often require additional care giving and support – would increase from about 14 percent of the older population today to 21 percent in 2050.”


More and more individuals have a need for home health care and day-to-day support to live. Despite the increased demand for home health care, budget cuts throughout the U.S. threaten to drastically reduce the amount of home health care services for the elderly, disabled, and poor.


In Texas, many fear that the proposed budget cuts will force many individuals into nursing homes: “The jobs barely pay more than minimum wage, but the state budget plans to cut reimbursement by $1 an hour. Some providers said it will run them out of the business,” says Dallas local news source WFAA.


In Texas, around 200,000 people rely on state funded home health aides to administer daily services and the current budget would ask to reduce health and human services funding by $9 billion. Similar cuts are taking place in Nevada, where proposed Medicaid cuts to home health services would cause closures or layoffs. ?


In Minnesota, cuts would also affect the disabled and seniors by decreasing spending , eliminate MinnesotaCare health care for 7,200 working adults and petition the government for permission to cut the Medicaid health plan for those below the poverty line .


The proposed cuts around the U.S. have sparked debate, rallied protestors, and encouraged activists to speak up on the importance of these services .


This article was provided by Seasons Change Home Health Care Inc., a home health care provider based out of Pigeon, Michigan. For additional information, visit a Seasons Change Home Health location on the web.

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