Regions are a carrier of the economic society, as well as a spatial form of co-existence and interaction between man and nature.
Since the late 1970s, economic restructuring and fiscal decentralization, various regions have achieved high economic growth.
A system risk of the capital market is one that has a universally harmful impact on a specific category of commodities of the capital market or on the capital market as a whole.
Farm products in China entered a new round of price fluctuations in the fourth quarter of 2006.
China's macroeconomic conditions are good on the whole. Nonetheless, there are some signs of an economic overheating.
In 2007, the Chinese economy maintained a steady and rapid development, with control over demand being further improved, supply further enhanced, aggregate balance continually ameliorated and the basis for keeping prices at a lower level being constantly bolstered.
Chinese economy has maintained an average growth rate of more than 9% for nearly 30 years.
In 2006, the manufacturing industry accounted for 43.1% of China's GDP, higher than the share of the service industry (39.5%).