China National People’s Congress 2011: The Reports
From the Wall Street Journal’s China Real Time Report:
Opening day of the National People¡¯s Congress could be called report day, with the release of long documents from Premier Wen Jiabao, the Finance Ministry and the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC). While these reports are dry and full of bureaucratic and political jargon, they also offer a comprehensive view of the government¡¯s assessment of the economy, and its plans for this year.
In past years, the official reports haven¡¯t been posted on the Internet until much later. China Real Time has scanned in English and Chinese versions of all three reports in text-searchable form.
Read full article at the Wall Street Journal’s China Realtime Report.
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