China's top legislature on Wednesday said it would set a discussion of the government's macro control of finance into a session's agenda.
Legislators will review a government plan to enhance macro control over financial markets in the fifth session of the 11th National People's Congress (NPC) taking place on October 23 to 28 in Beijing.
China has witnessed an obvious decline in its domestic securities and real estate markets after several years of rocketing growth.
The NPC session will discuss drafts of several laws involving food safety, earthquake prevention and disaster relief.
It will also discuss an extradition treaty with Portugal.
(Xinhua News Agency October 16, 2008)