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Premier Wen Jiabao Meets the Press
The essence of China's socialist democracy is to let the people be masters of the country and enable them to oversee and criticize the government, Premier Wen Jiabao told reporters
-China's Parliament Ends Annual Session
-China's Parliament Adopts Landmark Property Law
-China's Parliament Adopts Enterprise Income Tax Law
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Milestones Mark New Direction
Laws move China a step further down market economy route
- The Challenge of Developing Creative Children
- Government Tackles Wealth Gap
- Full Medicare Coverage by 2010
- The Blossoming Aging Industry
- Technology Banks Needed to Ease Capital Shortage
- The Aging Problem of China
- Reducing Its Trade Surplus
- The People's Voice
- Minister Calms Foreign Business' Fears
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Solving a Problem
Premier Wen Jiabao Meeting the press on March 16 after the conclusion of the National People's Congress annual session
CPPCC Closes Annual Session
The Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) closes annual session
Premier Wen Jiabao Attends the Panel Discussion
Premier Wen Jiabao attends the panel discussion of the deputies of north China's Henan Province to the Fifth Session of the Tenth National People's Congress
Wu Bangguo Attends the Panel Discussion
Wu Bangguo, chairman of the NPC, attends the panel discussion of the deputies of southwest China's Yunnan Province to the Fifth Session of the Tenth National People's Congress on Monday
Who's in Who's out more
Lou Jiwei: New Deputy Secretary-General of State Council
China's State Council, the cabinet, on Tuesday appointed Lou Jiwei as its Deputy Secretary-General, a position with ministerial status

Yuan Chunqing Elected Governor of Shaanxi Province
Yuan Chunqing was elected governor of Shaanxi Province at the fifth session of the 10th Shaanxi Provincial People’s Congress February 3, 2007

Zhong Wen elected Chairman of the Hainan Provincial People's Political Consultative Conference
Zhong Wen was elected Chairman of the Hainan Provincial People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) February 8, 2007

Luo Baoming Elected Governor of Hainan Province
Luo Baoming was elected governor of China's southernmost Hainan Province by the provincial legislature on Friday.

Backgrounds more
-Political Advisor Proposes Gov't Blog to Promote E-democracy
-CPPCC Annual Session to Close Thursday
-Figures from 2007 Draft Budgets
-China Opposes All Forms of Secessionist Activities
-NPC Starts Annual Session with Focus on Social Harmony
-Figures from 2007 Draft Budgets
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Legislation   more
New Regulations Considered for Blogs and Webcasting
"Advanced network technologies such as blogging and webcasting have been mounting new challenges to the government's ability to supervise the Internet," said Long Xinmin
Socialist Countryside   more
Hu Underscores Efforts to Raise Farmers' Income
"We should shift our focus to infrastructure construction and social development in rural areas and take further steps to tackle the problems arising from agriculture, farmers, and countryside," Hu said
11th Five-Year Plan   more
Guangdong Reaches Pollution Control Target
The achievement was made in sharp contrast to the nation's performance that failed to reach its goal set in early 2006 to save energy and reduce pollution discharge
Anti-corruption   more
9 Senior Officials Convicted for Corruption in 2006
The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the CPC has highlighted "government officials' collusion with business people" in its battle against corruption
Environment   more
Lawmaker Suggests Developing Nuclear Energy in Inland Areas
"Now China has the ability to solve safety and environmental protection problems in inland areas, where shortage of primary energy and electricity is showing up while people could afford higher power charges," said Fan Mingwu
IPR   more
Jia Calls for Better Copyright Protection
The National Copyright Administration (NCA) is China's administrative body for protecting copyright and preventing piracy
Olympics   more
Smoking Ban Considered for Olympic Venues
"The Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games (BOCOG) is holding talks with the Health Ministry to create special smoking areas in the game venues, thus ensuring most places are free of any tobacco smoke," Liu said
Business   more
28.6 Bln Yuan Budget for Shanghai World Expo
The budget will be covered by government investment and funds from the public sphere
Trade Imbalance   more
Paulson: China Not Economic Enemy of US
"If we manage affairs properly on a long-term basis, and if we manage the overall relationship with China well, it's going to benefit both of our countries for a long time to come," Paulson said
China-African Relations   more
China Reaffirms to Strengthen Relations with Africa
"China attaches importance to the ties with Ethiopia and believes this relationship would be further promoted through joint efforts," said Wu Guanzheng
Documents more
-Report on the Work of the Government
-Report on China's Economic and Social Development Plan
-China's Budgets Report
-Chinese Prosecutors Serve Social, Economic Development: Procurator-General
-China's Judicial Work in 2006
-Crackdown on Crimes Promotes Social Stability: Chief Justice
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