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China’s Policy Options for an All-round, Balanced and Sustainable Development


The theme of this forum – the all-round, balanced and sustainable development of China, is an issue of popular concern both at home and in the international community.

Objective and Indicator System for Building a Well-off Society in an All-round Way (Excerpts)


Building a well-off society in an all-round way is a development stage with decisive significance in the third strategic stage in the modernization drive.

Basic Judgement on Current Economic Situation and Policy Proposals


Currently, economic growth in China is in a pivotal stage. Since 2003, the CPC Central Committee and the State Council have adopted a series of macroeconomic regulation and control measures to resolve some acute problems, and it seems they are taking effect.

Analysis of Rural Economic Situation and Outlook


Rural economic situation in 2003 presented the following outstanding characteristics: First of all, SARS epidemic seriously affected farmers’ income, farmers’ work in urban areas between April and June and the sales of farm products.

Development and Performance of China’s Consumer Goods Market


China’s consumer goods market experienced a test of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in 2003, and the market operation restrained first and rose later.

Policy Suggestions on Stabilization of Market Price (Excerpts)


The policies and measures in 2004 should be designed mainly to solve the acute contradictions in price performance.

China’s Financial System Reform and Policy Options (Excerpts)


Prudent monetary policy should remain to be the keynote of 2004. To make it more specific, the monetary policy should give priority to interest rate adjustment and open market operation.

Ten Major Trends for Regional Development in China


Since China started its reform and opening to the outside world in 1978, the gap in regional development can be roughly divided into three periods of changes.

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