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Policy Options for Improving and Innovating Floating Population's Management and Service in the Process of Urbanization


Population will transfer from agricultural sector to non-agricultural sector and from less developed areas to developed areas.

World Economy in the Era of Dynamic Adjustment


After the outbreak of the international financial crisis, the world economy entered an era of dynamic adjustment and transformation.

China's Master Plan for Implementing the Global Agricultural Development Strategy


The implementation of global agricultural strategy has a far-reaching significance for China.

Promoting Steady Transition of Economic Operation towards the New Normal Performance


This year marks the beginning of the overall implementation of the spirit of the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China and the conjuncture to accelerate development mode transformation against the backdrop of growth phase conversion.

Analysis of Price Performance in the Four Quarters of 2013 and Policy Options


CPI growth remained relatively mild during the first three quarters of 2013, up by 2.5%, year on year.

A Questionnaire-based Survey: Analysis on Export Growth of Foreign Trade Enterprises


A questionnaire-based survey was conducted on present export growth related to 225 foreign trade enterprises in more than 20 cities across the country in June of 2013.

Split of China's Monetary Finance from the Real Economy: Facts and Reasons


In recent years, the monetary finance has split apart from the real economy in China, thus dramatically dragging down the output efficiency of the monetary finance input.

Development Stage for China's Industrial Technologies and the Innovation Models


China's science and technology input has witnessed a swift growth, with the science and technology funds and the R&D expenditures both growing faster than GDP growth.

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