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The Current Situation, Problems and Countermeasures Concerning the Reform Towards the Marketization of Urban Public Utilities


Since China started reform and opening-up, the country has witnessed a rapid development in urbanization. The number of cities has risen from 193 in 1978 to 664 in 2001.

Government Support for Research on Common Technologies:Problems and Countermeasures


Since 1983 when the National Key Technologies R & D Programme was started, “to support research on common technologies” has become one of the aims of policies on science and technology and industry.

Basic Condition &Main Problems for Biological Industry Development


China has a top-ranking biotechnology research force and Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Changchun and Shenzhen, etc. are important areas rich in relevant human resources.

It is Imperative to Reform the Basic Education Input System in Rural Areas


The findings show a constant rise of the grassroots financial input in educational fund for most years since 1990s.

Strategic Options for the Textile and Clothing Export Administration in Post-quota Era


The integration of the textile and clothing trade with GATT creates good opportunities for China’s textile and clothing industry to release its huge production capacity and export potential.

An Analysis of the Present Macroeconomic Situation and Issues


With various macro-regulative measures gradually coming into force, in the first half of the year China’s economy is developing toward the expected regulative direction.

Macro-control Is Tangible But the Basis Is Unstable ——An analysis of China’s market situation in the first half of 2004


The market operation in the second quarter of 2004 was characterized by a slow increase in investment, credits and price hike, and tangible results in the macro-control policy.

Suggestions on Current Grain Supply and Demand and Grain Policy


In October 2003, a price hike occurred abruptly on the country’s grain market, which had been basically stable in the past years.