Central Government News
- Premier Wen stresses development of social undertakings
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao urged paying close attention to the development of the country's social undertakings while pursuing economic growth to realize balanced economic and social development.
- Chinese officials told to keep away from luxury
China's anti-graft chief He Guoqiang on Friday urged officials to carry out a thrifty style in life and work, as the country's campaign to curb "official luxury" started to pay off.
- It takes time for Yuan to become int'l currency
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said it still takes time for Renminbi (RMB), the Chinese currency, to fully become an international currency.
- China assures world on stimulus efforts
China will not end its stimulus initiatives at a time when the global economy is starting to see "slow and zigzag" recovery from its free fall, Premier Wen Jiabao assured global business leaders Thursday.
- Concern raised on A/H1N1 flu vaccine
China's Health Ministry has designated Shanghai, Beijing and Guangdong Province as the first places to use the newly produced domestic H1N1 flu vaccine, but some epidemic disease experts are concerned about its safety.
- Senior Chinese leaders visit show celebrating autonomous regions' achievements
Senior Chinese leaders Jia Qinglin, Li Changchun and Zhou Yongkang on Thursday visited an exhibition which showcased the achievements of the country's five autonomous regions since the founding of New China.
- Efforts urged to improve life quality for disabled, aged
Chinese Vice Premier Hui Liangyu on Thursday called for more efforts to care about the disabled and the aged in a bid to improve their living quality.
- China strengthens pollution check ahead of Oct. 1
From drinking water to mine tailings, China is reinforcing environmental checks around the capital to prevent potential pollution in the run up to the National Day celebrations on Oct. 1 when a huge gathering will be held in Tian'anmen Square.
- China to allow flexible work hours in fight against A/H1N1 flu
China is further calling on government bodies and the public to continue fighting the A/H1N1 flu epidemic by various means, including free vaccination and allowing flexible work hours.
- Illegal business blamed for fatal blast: authority
The work safety committee office of the State Council said Wednesday that a logistic service company blamed for a fatal explosion which killed 18 people on Sept. 2 in Shandong Province was illegal.
- Special courts built to manage public appeals
China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) on Wednesday set up two special courts to deal with case-related appeals from the public in an attempt to regulate court work and ensure people's rights.
- China seized 100 mln dollars of fake banknotes
China's Ministry of Public Security (MPS) announced Wednesday it has confiscated fake banknotes with a total face value of 684 million yuan (100.1 mln U.S. dollars) in less than eight months.
- Hu calls for further modernization while maintaining stability
President Hu Jintao Wednesday urged the country's senior officials to take the 60th anniversary of the founding of the New China as a new start for carrying on its modernization drive while maintain social stability.
- Leaders extend festival greetings to teachers
Senior Chinese leaders attend a meeting to honor outstanding teachers in Beijing, Sept.9, 2009, on the eve of China's 25th Teachers' Day.
- Gov't initiates grade IV emergency response over drought
The Chinese government initiated a grade IV emergency response at 3 p.m. Wednesday as drought ravaged central Hunan Province.
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