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The First Session of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the country's top political advisory body, will start in Beijing on March 3, 2013.
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Xi Jinping's presidency begins with simple handshake and applause as lawmakers express confidence about tackling challenges ahead under his leadership.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Sunday vowed to tackle with mounting problems of environment pollution and food safety with "greater resolution and actions" shortly after the conclusion of this year's parliamentary session.
China is entering a new era of equities, and investors are keeping an eye on the annual sessions of the country's legislative and political advisory bodies in March, which are expected to focus on GDP and inflation targets in 2013.
The problematic gap between the number of boys and girls born in China was reduced slightly in 2012, the National Population and Family Planning Commission (NPFPC) said Tuesday.
The future importance of natural gas in the country's energy mix should be prioritized, and policies should be introduced to boost its development.
The China Railway Corporation, which will take over the commercial functions of the former Ministry of Railways (MOR), went into business on Sunday.
Reduced traffic controls
Police have canceled the practice of escorting session deputies and members.
Lining up Beijing
Beijing now has a total of 16 active subway lines, with a total track length of some 442 kilometers.
Air quality monitoring
A national air quality monitoring network with nearly 950 monitoring stations is expected to be operational in 190 cities.
Medical reform
The government aims to make healthcare affordable and accessible for all citizens by 2020.
Commercializing 4G
With the third-generation communication network flourishing, consumers are eager to know when they will be able to start using 4G.
Energy development
The future importance of natural gas should be prioritized, and policies should be introduced to boost its development.
Farmland policy
Changes are being urged in China's farmland policies as wasted or deserted land is challenging food security.
Railway corporation
The Ministry of Finance will represent the State Council in performing the functions as investors.
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