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The Basic Situation in China’s Primary Resources Supply and Demand and the Reform Direction of Resources Allocation Mechanism


China is a vast country with rich resources and a huge population. While the total amounts of natural resources including cultivated land, water, forestry, energy and mineral reserves are fairly high, the per capita possessions are rather low.

Sharpen Vigilance against EnvironmentalPollution in the Process of Rural Modernization ——An Issue That Cannot Be Ignored in Building a New Countryside


The rural environment in its narrow sense is relative to the urban environment. It is the sum total of the natural and social conditions within a scope that takes the place of farmer habitation as the center.

Dynamic Data on China's Macro Economy for the First Half of 2006


During the first half of 2006, China's national economy grew steadily and rapidly. According to preliminary calculation, during the first half of the year, GDP reached 9144.3 billion yuan, up 10.9% as compared with the same period of last year, showing 0.9 percentage pointsincrease than the same period last year.

Keynote of China’s Social and Economic Policies*


The keynote of China’s social and economic policies at present and during the entire period of modernization drive rests on scientific development and social harmony as well as on the relevant system reform and construction.

An Analysis of Economic Performance in First Quarter of 2006 and Future Development Trend


In 2006, the national economy has maintained a trend of stable growth. The factors that likely lead the economy to develop downwards and the factors that support an accelerating economic growth are intermingled.

The Internal Trend of China’s Economic Growth and Its Periodic Fluctuations


When making estimates on the potential output level, nations usually use the long-term trend of actual output as a substitution for the potential output level.

The Current Major Problems Facing China’s Competition Policy and Countermeasures


The importance of competition on raising economic efficiency and improving social welfare has been adequately proved by the practice in China.

China’s Grain Supply and Development Trend during the 11th Five-Year Plan


Since the initiation of the reform and opening-up, China’s grain output, reaching consecutively 350 billion kilograms, 400 billion kilograms, 450 billion kilograms and 500 billion kilograms, has made a historical change from a chronic shortage to a general balance, with surplus in years of bumper harvests, and has made important contributions to the sustainable and stable growth of the national economy.