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- Policies stepped up to promote employment
China is stepping up its policy support to promote employment, said a circular released on Tuesday on the official government website.
- AIDS prevention policy for gay population
China is to work out a HIV/AIDS prevention policy this year to combat the rising incidence of HIV/AIDS in the country's gay population, the Ministry of Health said Wednesday.
- Gov't intensifies crackdown on horror videos
China has ordered a ban on the sale of audio and video products containing elements of mystery and horror.
- No.1 central document focuses on rural issues
China promulgated Wednesday its first document for this year, calling for greater efforts to address rural problems.
- Manufacturers urged to use nutrition labels
From May 1, most packaged food products sold in China will have standardized, reader-friendly nutrition information labels, according to non-binding guidelines released on Tuesday by the Ministry of Health.
- More regions to levy 'virtual property taxes'
Neither a detailed scheme nor a timetable is available now for levying the property tax. Yet China is expected to consolidate the current urban land-use tax and the real estate tax into the property tax.
- Tibet imposes vehicle tax as car ownership soars
Vehicle tax has been introduced for the first time in Tibet Autonomous Region in response to a surge in the number of motor vehicles in this southwest China region, according to local tax authorities.
- Foreign investment allowed in securities companies
China eased some of its restrictions on foreign participation in domestic securities companies in a revised regulation published on Friday.
- Restrictions aim to cool heated property market
The Shanghai municipal government has further restricted foreign investors from acquiring land for property development.
- Committee to evaluate food safety
The draft food safety law submitted to China's top legislature for first review yesterday proposes the establishment of a State-level food safety risk evaluation committee.
- Ensure joyful New Year holidays: circular
China's central authorities have ordered localities to ensure a pleasant, peaceful, harmonious and stable life for the people during the upcoming holidays for the New Year and the Chinese traditional Spring Festival, which falls on Feb. 7 this coming year.
- Deadline set to resolve serious accident cases
China's State Council Work Safety Committee has set a Jan. 15 deadline to settle a backlog of serious workplace accident cases.
- Top priorities of rural development in 2008
A slew of key tasks in the country's rural development in the coming year decided on Sunday at the annual central rural work conference.
- Free electronic charts to boost jet boat safety
Maritime authorities from Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao jointly issued the latest-version of electronic charts for one-year's free use for jet boats shuttling between the three sides.
- Export rebates scrapped for agri-products
China said on Monday it will scrap export rebates for 84 agricultural products as of Thursday in effort to discourage exports of farm produce in a nation where food prices drove inflation to an 11-year high in November.
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