The urban housing stock was about 20.6 billion square meters nationwide in 2013.
Energy issue is of strategic importance affecting China's overall economic and social development that needs systematic planning and far-sighted deliberation.
China has long recognized that sustainability means not just environmental sustainability, but political, social, and economic sustainability.
China has made significant progress towards financial sector deregulation via liberalizing bank lending rates, expanding the QFII quota, increasing the flexibility of the exchange rate, and developing innovative financial products
Since the comprehensive reform of the housing system implemented in 1998 in China, the housing sector has become increasingly market-oriented, with investment rising prominently and supply expanding rapidly.
Recently there have been some heated discussions on the downward trend performance of the Chinese economy, with some people worrying that the country may fall into the "middle income trap".
E-commerce drives forward the transformation of the Chinese economy by exerting its impacts in two aspects, namely stimulating domestic demand and changing the direction of investment.
Urbanization is the only way leading to modernization and along with industrialization constitute the two engines propelling modernization.