These are difficult objectives as they require a big leap from "government-based resource allocation" to "market-based resource allocation" through system reform.
Although a competitive market structure has taken shape in China’s telecommunication industry, the regulation reform lags relatively behind.
Talent competitiveness is a comparative advantage in the quantity, quality, development and efficiency of talents that helps an organization to realize strategy and develop business against other organizations.
Over the past year, China, Japan, and Korea all maintained good economic growth, and created a new situation of healthy interaction through bilateral trade and investment.
In recent years, China’s economic relations with countries worldwide have become closer, and its overall, coordinated and sustainable development has attracted the common concern of the international community.
China is now facing a tight supply of water, arable land, petroleum, iron ores and timber; the prospects for the 11th Five-Year Plan and a longer period of time should not be optimistic.
In 2005, the state will continue to intensify and improve macro control, adopt a prudent financial policy and monetary policy and curb excessive growth of fixed asset investment.
The three noticeable changes occurred to the industrial structure in the 26 years after the reform and opening-up, but in recent years, the proportion of the tertiary industry has declined