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Special> NPC & CPPCC Sessions 2012> Latest News

-China's Premier Says 7.5 Pct GDP Target Not Low
-Wen says China Needs Political Reform
-Premier Wen Says to Allow Private Capital
Into Financial Sector
-Premier Wen Presses Chongqing Authorities
To Reflect on Wang Lijun incident
-China's Parliamentary Session Holds Fourth Meeting
-489 Motions Submitted to China's Parliamentary Session
-Top Political Advisory Body Wraps up Annual Session
-Hu Stresses Military's Safeguarding Social Stability
-Central Banker Sees Yuan More Flexible
-CPPCC to Conclude Annual Session Tuesday
-China to Continue Diversifying Holdings of Foreign Bonds
-China's Central Bank Press Conference
-China's Judiciary Fights IPR Violations
-Draft Amendment to Criminal Procedure Law Ready for Vote
-Chinese Leaders Join Tea Party
-China Reaffirms It Will Stick to Socialist Path
-Chinese President Stresses Stability in Tibet
-China's Top Legislator Delivers Work Report
-Efforts Called to Develop Private Economy
-China Issues Plan to Fine-Tune Island Exploration
-New Regulation to Ensure Maritime Observation
-Chinese Political Advisors Submit 6,069 Items of Proposals
-China to Elect Lawmakers on Equal Ratio
-Criminal Procedure Law Draft Amendment Tabled
-China Calls for Transparency in US' ITEC Operation
-China, U.S. Trade Imbalance Questionable
-China Faces Huge Employment Pressure
-China's Foreign Trade to Slow to 7 Pct in Jan-Feb
-China Pledges Fiscal Support for Education
-China to Step up Local Gov't Debt
-China's Debt-GDP Ratio Hits 43 Pct
-Draft Amendment to Senior Citizen Law Finished
-China Mulling Further Property Tax Reform
-Chinese FM Meets With Press
-China to Continue Proactive Fiscal Policy
-China Urges U.S. to Properly Handle Issues of Core Interet
-Call for Establishment of Ministry of Oceans
-Chinese Leaders, Lawmakers Discuss Gov't Work Report
-Top Economic Planner Takes Blame for Inflation
-China's Property Market Regulation to Continue
-China to Further Reform Medical, Health Care Services
-China's Parliament Starts Annual Session
-Chinese President Stresses People's Well-Being
-Highlights: Premier Wen's Government Work Report
-Law Amendment to Balance Human Rights Rrotection
-China's Defense Budget to Grow 11.2 Pct in 2012
-China Ready for Parliament's Annual Session
-Highlights of Work Report of China's Top Political Advisory Body
-China's Top Political Advisory Body Starts Annual Session
-Top Political Advisor Jia Qinglin Delivers Report
-Political Reform Must Under CPC Leadership
-China's Top Advisory Body Holds Press Conference
-China's Legislature Ends Bimonthly Session
-National Advisory Body Prepares for Session
-Top Political Advisor Vows to Carry out Democracy
-Legislative Sessions Open to Press
-China to Hold Legislative Sessions
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-Wen Stresses Reform of Government Officials' Evaluation Criteria
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