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Innovate Poverty Relief Model and Realize Poverty Alleviation with Targeted Measures --Survey on special loan project in Gansu Province


Poverty alleviation through development bears on the building of a well-off society across the board and preserving of long-term national peace and security.

Policy Options on Accelerating Multi-field Application of China's Remotely Sensed Data (No 164, 2015)


Remotely sensed satellite data are government-led crucial public resources, with immense research and commercial values.

Basic Experience and Enlightenments from Five Times of "Stable Growth" since the Founding of New China (No 136, 2015)


The present economic downturn shares some characteristics with the previous five times but also differs significantly.

Reasons for Three Economic Downturns since Reform and Opening-up and Relevant Management Measures (No 135, 2015)


This paper analyzes reasons for China's three economic downturns since the reform and opening-up as well as management measures relating to these downturns.

The Causes of and Solutions to the Two Economic Downturns in Early Days of New China (No 134, 2015)


For years from the early days of its founding to the end of 20th century China had witnessed several swift drops in GDP growth for three years.

Transitional Changes and Rebalancing Relating to China's Economic Performance (No 123, 2015)


In the course of economic operation, supply and demand affect each other while macroeconomic performance and restructuring reinforce each other.

Overseas Experience of Economic Restructure Transformation at Different Stages and Relevant Enlightenments to China (No 108, 2015)


The economic structure transformation of most economies in the world generally follows the rule that the share of primary industry keeps dropping.

Promote Positive Interaction between Reform and Innovation and Develop New Growth Drivers (No 105, 2015)


Reform and innovation mark two major sources for productivity improvement under the new normal.