China's mountainous regions and hilly lands make up 65% of the country's land resources.
By the first half of 2011, there were already 446,000 farmer's specialized cooperatives nationally registered in China.
In 2011, China's grain yield increased for the eighth consecutive year, registering a total output of 1.1424 trillion jin (two jin make one kilogram) and an annual increase of 4.5%.
In the first half of 2012, the economic performance in China continued its downward trend.
Over the past decades since reform and opening up, Chinese economy has maintained a rapid growth thanks to industrialization driven by heavy industry.
A slight slowdown in economic growth continued into the first quarter of 2012, the longest deceleration period in China since 1992.
Establishing the scientific development evaluation system and designing a series of measurable objective and subjective indicators reflecting the essential requirement of the scientific outlook on development is an important way to promote substantial change of the development pattern and propel scientific development.
Over the next decade, the industrialization and urbanization in China will maintain the momentum of rapid development.