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Post time 2006-3-7 09:39:48 |Display all floors
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Updated: 2006-03-06 15:19

The following are the main targets China sets for the 2006-2010 period, listed in the draft guidelines of the five-year development blueprint being deliberated by Chinese lawmakers at their ongoing annual session:

Economic growth:

-- GDP up 7.5 percent annually from 18.2 trillion yuan in 2005 to 26.1 trillion yuan in 2010;-- Per capita GDP up 6.6 percent annually from 13,985 yuan in 2005 to 19,270 yuan in 2010.Economic structure:China's main targets for 2006-2010

-- Share of service industry's value added to GDP up from 40.3 percent in 2005 to 43.3 percent in 2010;-- Share of employment in service industry up from 31.3 percent to 35.3 percent in 2010;-- Share of R&D spending out of total GDP up from 1.3 percent in 2005 to 2 percent in 2010;-- Urbanization rate up from 43 percent in 2005 to 47 percent in 2010.

Population, resources, environment:

-- Population up from 1.30756 billion in 2005 to 1.36000 billion in 2010;

-- Energy consumption per unit of GDP down 20 percent in five years;

-- Water consumption per unit of industrial added value down 30 percent in five years;-- Coefficient of effective use of water for irrigation up from 0.45 percent in 2005 to 0.5 percent in 2010;-- Rate of comprehensive use of solid industrial waste up from 55.8 percent in 2005 to 60 percent in 2010;-- Total acreage of cultivated land down from 122 million hectares in 2005 to 120 million in 2010;-- Total discharge of major pollutants down 10 percent in five years;

-- Forest coverage up from 18.2 percent in 2005 to 20 percent in 2010.

Public service, people's life:

-- Term of education per capita up from 8.5 years in 2005 to nine years in 2010;

-- Coverage of urban basic old-age pension up from 174 million people in 2005 to 223 million people in 2010;-- Coverage of the new rural cooperative medical care system up from 23.5 percent in 2005 to over 80 percent in 2010;-- New jobs created for urban residents reaching 45 million in five years;

-- Number of rural laborers transferred to non-agriculture sectors reaching 45 million in five years;-- Urban registered unemployment rate up from 4.2 percent in 2005 to 5 percent in 2010;-- Per capita disposable income of urban residents up 5 percent annually in five years, from 10,493 yuan in 2005 to 13,390 yuan in 2010;-- Per capita net income of rural residents up 5 percent annually in five years, from 3,255 yuan in 2005 to 4,150 yuan in 2010.

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Post time 2006-3-7 10:52:21 |Display all floors

China's target?

...and here I thought you were talking about Taiwan.

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Post time 2006-3-7 14:21:11 |Display all floors

china blue-print 2006-2010

I don't know how to caculate the GDP's value, per captia GDP... but, from changes happened everyday around myself, I am sure that GDP value will come ture in 2010.
-as far as I am concerned, I am a member of R&D department. R&D is a drive and future and direction for a company, from micro side; from macro side, it is a drive of a country. so, I wish the leaders will infuse more money on it.
-energy is the focus disputed by country in future. energy consumption's decrease is very wise behavior.
-with the improvement of our life, people start to pursue body's health, forest coverage, health-care system. these will also be a big problem of our leaders' concerned.

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Post time 2006-3-7 14:51:04 |Display all floors

figures are manipulative.....can they come out straight as a rod?

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