Since 2011, the world economy has assumed a "double-track growth" in both developed economies and emerging economies.
In the first half of 2011, China's CPI rose by 5.4% year on year, up by 0.4 percentage points over the first quarter.
The outbreak of the global financial crisis in 2008 hit the Chinese economy heavily and the government subsequently put forth an economic stimulus plan of 4 trillion yuan.
Since the promulgation of the Law on Promotion of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in 2002, governments at all levels have successively unveiled rules.
Since the 1990s, with the rapid growth of the Chinese economy and its structural change, significant changes have taken place in China's agricultural policies.
Since the beginning of 2011, an imbalance has been seen in the course of the global economic recovery.
China had, for long, practiced a dualist system for urban and rural areas, and also for the public service provision in urban and rural areas.
The extensive concern over energy security can be traced back to the first world oil crisis in the 1970s.