Central Government News
- CPC vows crackdown on separatism
The Communist Party of China (CPC) vowed to "effectively prevent and resolutely crack down on ethnicity-related separatist activities" as a key session of the CPC Central Committee closed on Friday.
Communique: intra-Party democracy to be expanded
· Central Committee stresses sound, fast economic growth
- CPC to tackle intra-Party democratic reforms
Signs of democratic reform became evident in the grass roots of the Communist Party of China (CPC), as it made "Party building" its top priority at the fourth plenary session of the 17th CPC Central Committee starting that started on Tuesday.
- Gov't spends far less traveling abroad
Gov't departments nationwide spent far less going abroad the first half of this year, following strict penny-pinching requirements from the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
- New policy may tighten taxers' belts
A new tax regulation will crimp the wallets of many employees of State-run enterprises, while foreign company employees may not be affected.
- Gov't sends disaster relief teams to typhoon-hit Guangdong
China's State Disaster Relief Commission and the Civil Affairs Ministry have sent disaster relief teams to typhoon Koppu-hit southern Guangdong Province, said a notice on the Civil Affairs Ministry website Thursday.
- China to have charity law within 2 years
China is expected to have its first charity law within two years as the Ministry of Civil Affairs reported the draft law to the State Council last month, an official said.
- China issues regulation to curb marine pollution by ships
China's State Council, or the Cabinet, issued a new regulation Wednesday targeting prevention and remedies for marine pollution caused by ships.
- PLA urged to practically apply Scientific Outlook on Development
Hu Jintao, Chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC), China's top military command, has pressed military forces to learn how to solve real problems by studying and applying the Scientific Outlook on Development.
- SOE executives' salaries to be regulated
China announced Wednesday a guideline to regulate salaries for executives in the country's 135 centrally-administered state-owned enterprises (SOEs).
- Mainland resolutely opposes Dalai's Taiwan visit
The Chinese mainland Wednesday expressed once again its resolute opposition to the Dalai Lama's visit to Taiwan.
- Ruling party mulls wider direct election
Leaders of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) gathered Tuesday to discuss party-building, including increasing democracy within the Party, just two weeks ahead of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
- China tightens checks on mail ahead of Oct.1
China is beefing up safety checks on mail and parcels to addresses in Beijing to ensure security of the National Day celebrations on Oct. 1, the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) said Tuesday.
- China executes 4 drug makers in crackdown
China has executed four criminals involved in drug production cases in an effort to crack down on drug supply sources, the Supreme People's Court (SPC) said Tuesday.
- Spike in cases signals busy season for H1N1
The Chinese mainland saw a spike in H1N1 flu cases during the weekend, with 1,598 infections confirmed between Friday and Monday. The new cases bring the mainland's cumulative total to 9,103, said the Ministry of Health.
- Employment for migrant workers improves in Q2
The situation of employment for China's rural migrant workers has taken a turn for the better, with 151 million employed outside their hometowns at the end of June, up 2.6 percent from the first quarter figure, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Tuesday.
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