China aims to have the nation's postal services cover all villages by the end of 2015, State Post Bureau director-general Ma Junsheng said Tuesday.
Ma made the remark at the bureau's annual work conference.
Ma said he expects to develop a number of postal enterprises with annual income of over 10 billion yuan (1.51 billion U.S. dollars) each.
Ma also said he hopes to increase postal industry revenue to 0.5 percent of gross domestic product value over the next 5 years.
Business expansion will provide 300,000 job opportunities, he added.
Ma also vowed to improve postal services in urban areas by increasing letter box coverage in residential buildings.