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Seriously Tackling Problems Regarding the Path to Industrialization and the Economic Growth Mode during the 11th Five-Year Plan


"Macro control" had dominated the year 2004 -- more scared than hurt. But it should be noted that since the implementation of the policy of reform and opening-up began, whenever growth was accelerated, it would soon slowed down due to the resources bottleneck and mounting inflation pressure.

GeneralEconomic Performanceand Prominent Problems in 2005


In short, the economy has been moving forward in the regulated direction set by the Party Central Committee and the State Council at the beginning of this year.

Judgment on Cyclical Development Trend of the Economy in 2005


In 2005, the basic performanceposture of China’s economic growth and industrial development will be subject to the joint impact of the cyclical economic fluctuations at three levels.

Analysis of Market Price Performance in the First Half of This Year and Basic Judgment on the Macroeconomic Situation


In the first six months of 2005, the personal consumer price index (CPI) rose mildly. It went up 2.3 percent over the same period of the previous year, but the rate was 1.3 percentage points lower.

Strategic Principles and Policy Measures for Coordinated Regional Development*


Coordinated regional development is determined by various factors. The following five points should be considered in formulating strategy and policy to achieve this goal.

An Analysis of China’s Consumer Demand for Grain and Policy Suggestions


In terms of purposes, the consumer demand for grain comprises four parts: food, feed, industrial use and seed.

Employment and Social Security for Land-Lost Farmers


Apart from the large and medium-scale infrastructure construction, China’s non-agricultural construction that occupies cultivated land mainly concentrates on the suburban areas and economically developed areas where there are more people but less cultivated land.