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Division of Inter-Governments’ Financial Power and Administrative Power


In recent years, the Chinese government has attached much emphasis to the reform and construction of public fiscal system.

A Basic Judgment of the Economic Situation, Issuesand the Future Trends in the First Half of the Year


In the first half of the year, the national economy continued to maintain a strong momentum of rapid growth.

Analysis and Forecast of the Market Situationin the First Half of 2006*


In the first half of 2006, China's national economy continued to grow in a sustainable and rapid way.

Maintain 700-Billion-Dollar Foreign ExchangeReserve and Increase Its Usage Efficiency


The current trade imbalance between China and the United States is one of the embodiments of the imbalance of the world economic structure.

The Causes and Impact of the Continuous Expansion of Current Account Surplus


The customs statistics show that in May 2006, China realized a trade surplus of 13 billion US dollars, setting a new high; from January to May, the trade surplus had reached 46.8 billion dollars, a rise of 16.8 billion dollars over the same period last year, an increase of of 56%.

Constructing a Harmonious Society and the Adjustment of Interest Relations


The coordination of interest relations among various social entities and aspects is the basis of and key to social harmony.

Major Issues Related to the Building of a New Socialist Countryside


Building a new socialist countryside is a major strategic decision made by the central government in light of the overall consideration to harmonize urban and rural development and comprehensively build a well-off society.

Qinghai-Tibet Railway and Tibet’s Industrial Restructuring


The completion of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway will trigger an economic radiation that is characteristic of point and axis development, which will greatly promote the adjustment of Tibet’s economic and industrial structures.

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