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笔者猜测，可能是特斯拉觉得自己在特斯拉Model Y标准续航版推出之后，特斯拉Model Y长续航版的性价比降低了，因此这才给特斯拉Model Y长续航版免费升级了续航里程。
2021年1月1日，据特斯拉中国官网：特斯拉Model Y长续航版起售价为33.99万元，此前为48.8万元，下调14.81万元。特斯拉Model Y Performance 高性能版起售价为36.99万元，此前为53.5万元，下调16.51万元。6月26日，特斯拉召回2021年1月1日至2021年6月7日期间生产的部分国产Model Y电动汽车，共计38599辆。 7月8日，特斯拉宣布推出国产Model Y标准续航版，补贴后售价仅27.6万元人民币。
Feature: Down syndrome boy becomes table tennis champion******
By sportswriters Zhang Sijie, Wang Ze and Zhao Yingbo
XI'AN, Oct. 27 (Xinhua) -- How hard could it be for a person with Down syndrome to become the Special Olympics East Asia Region Messenger and pocket more than 30 medals? The answer can be given by 21-year-old Yang Le, who was born in Baoji, northwest China's Shaanxi Province.
On Tuesday, Yang is playing table tennis at China's 8th Special Olympic Games, held in Shaanxi Province between October 22 and 29. His story with the paddle dates back 13 years.
Born with a heart defect, Yang's motor skills are weak and he stumbles easily. To improve his physical fitness, his mother pushed him to play table tennis, which requires excellent hand-eye coordination.
At first, he was reluctant to practise as the training proved challenging for him. But in 2009, he took part in a competition for the first time and won his first medal.
But it was not until 2013 that he became truly passionate about sport after participating in the inaugural Special Olympics Asia Pacific Games in Australia, where he was beaten by overseas competitors. After that, he asked his coach to teach him how to loop the ball, and stepped up the intensity of his training regime.
In 2018, Yang was chosen as the 2018-19 Special Olympics East Asia Region Messenger. As an athlete representing China, he also shared his experience at the 2018 Special Olympics Global Athlete Congress in Santo Domingo.
At the opening ceremony of China's 11th National Games for Persons with Disabilities and 8th National Special Olympic Games, Yang showed his confident smile to the audience as the second torchbearer.
"It is sport that enables him to be stronger both physically and mentally, and I never imagined that we could be so proud of him," said his mother.
In addition to sports, Yang started his own bubble tea shop in Baoji, encouraging young people with intellectual disabilities to work together and experience joy, confidence and fulfilment.
Going forward, Yang will continue to pursue his sporting dreams. "I want to be a table tennis coach and share the joy of sport with more friends," said Yang. Enditem
Economic Watch: China's CPI, PPI growth picks up pace amid rising costs******
A customer buys vegetables at a supermarket in Zaozhuang, east China's Shandong Province, Aug. 9, 2021. (Photo by Sun Zhongzhe/Xinhua)。
BEIJING, Nov. 10 (Xinhua) -- China's consumer price index (CPI), a main gauge of inflation, rose 1.5 percent year on year in October, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed Wednesday.。
The figure was higher than the 0.7 percent year-on-year growth recorded in September.。
Specifically, non-food prices rose 2.4 percent from a year earlier, contributing about 1.97 percentage points to the CPI growth, said senior NBS statistician Dong Lijuan.。
Food prices dropped 2.4 percent, with the price of pork, a staple meat in China, slumping 44 percent. However, the price of fresh vegetables, which declined 2.5 percent in September, saw a 15.9 percent increase last month, said Dong.。
The NBS attributed October's CPI increase to unusual weather conditions, rising costs and supply-demand imbalance in some products.。
On a monthly basis, CPI increased 0.7 percent. Food prices increased 1.7 percent, while non-food prices rose 0.4 percent.。
The country has set its consumer inflation target at approximately 3 percent for the year 2021, according to this year's government work report.。
On the industrial side, China's factory prices continued to pick up last month due to global factors and a strained domestic supply of key energy and raw materials.。
The country's producer price index (PPI), which measures costs for goods at the factory gate, went up 13.5 percent year on year in October.。
The figure went up from the 10.7 percent year-on-year increase registered in September. On a monthly basis, China's PPI rose 2.5 percent in October.。
Specifically, the rising prices of international crude oil have driven the prices of domestic oil-related industries, with the PPI for the oil exploitation sector up 7.1 percent from a month ago, said Dong.。
Caused by the tight supply of coal last month, the factory-gate prices for coal mining and washing industry increased 20.1 percent month on month, while that for coal processing industry saw 12.8-percent growth.。
In general, inflation has put limited pressure on the country's monetary policy, but imbalances are mounting in both the domestic and global economic recovery, said Wen Bin, chief analyst at China Minsheng Bank.。
The country should continue its efforts to tackle the supply shortfalls of major energy products and help market entities cope with the rising costs of raw materials, Wen said.。
China's energy crunch is expected to alleviate as the country's multiple measures to boost supply and rein in price hikes have started to take effect.。
The country's coal output has sustained its growth momentum since mid-October. The maximum daily output of coal has hit 11.93 million tonnes, a record high in recent years, said the National Development and Reform Commission, the economic planner.。
Coal for power generators and heating suppliers is guaranteed as mid to long-term coal supply contracts have roughly covered demand, according to the economic planner.。
Increased coal output and inventories at power plants will help drive down the soaring coal prices, the commission said, noting that prices are expected to continue their decline as production and inventories rise further. Enditem。