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Make Use of Low Hilly Slopes in a Scientific and Orderly Way and Strive to Relieve the Shortage of Farmland


China's mountainous regions and hilly lands make up 65% of the country's land resources.

How to Judge the Reasonable Level of Housing Prices


In recent years, China has unveiled a series of real property regulatory policies to hold back the excessively fast rise of housing prices in some regions and to return such prices to a reasonable level.

Will Labor Shortage Be an Imminent Issue in China?


Over a period of time after the Spring Festival (China's Lunar New Year which falls on January 23, 2012), many mass media reported the "labor shortage" issue in some localities and enterprises.

Industrialization of the Plateau Agriculture of Yunnan Province: Experiences, Problems and Countermeasures


By giving play to the characteristics of the resources and advantages of the productive bases of its different regions, the province of Yunnan has given prominence to its priority tasks and made reasonable overall arrangement.

Relevant Observations on "Top-Level Design"


The coming five to ten years are critical both for China's economic development and for the governing of the Communist Party of China.

Opening-up of Chinese Agriculture: Influence, Lessons and Strategic Options*


Agriculture was one of the most difficult issues in the negotiation for China's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO)

Basic Approach to Establishing a Scientific Development Evaluation System


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.

Economic Growth Getting Stabilized despite Slowdown, Improvement to Be Made Through Supply Policy


A slight slowdown in economic growth continued into the first quarter of 2012, the longest deceleration period in China since 1992.