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Use New Development Concept to Solve the Major Contradictions in China’s Economic and Social Development in a Unified Way


The 16th National Congress of the CPC put forward the goal of building a well-off society in an all-round way.

An Analysis of the Economic Situationin the First Three Quarters of 2004 and its Development Trend


Preliminary data indicated that the gross domestic product in the first three quarters totaled 9.3144 trillion yuan.

Raising the Overall Economic Competitiveness Is the Only Way for Economic Development of Zhejiang Province -- An abridged report on survey of economic development in Zhejiang Province


From April 6-18 and May 27-28, my colleagues and I made a survey in nine counties of Zhejiang Province to study the ways for Zhejiang to create new advantages and make new achievements.

Regional Gap: Status Quo and Future Trends


From the foundation of new China 1949 to 1978, China implemented a balanced regional development strategy.

An Annual Rise of 4% for CPI Will not Cause Overall Inflation (Abridged)


An analysis of factors that drove up the CPI this year reveals that the major factor was the rise of food prices, which was largely caused by the rise of grain prices.

Energy Production Expanded Rapidly, but Supply Remains Short (Abridged)


This, to some extent, will restrain the breakneck growth of energy demand.

Service Prices Will Continue to Rise Stably (Abridged)


Given the operating situation and development trends of the national economy in the first half of 2004, the macro economic situation in 2004 as a whole and demand for services will continue to improve.

Issues on Feed Grain and the Supply and Demand Balance of the Grain Market in China


Family-based operations in the agricultural industry has led to a new mechanism of grain supply and demand in the country, i.e. the “safety mechanism for family-based operations in the small-scale peasant economy”.

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