NEWSGD.COM
Home | About Us | Contact Us | Site Map | Chinese
News | Biz | Pearl River Delta | Enjoy Life | Culture | Travelling | Pics | Cities & Towns | Gov Info | Specials
Home > News Brief > China
Mainland's GDP grows by 10.2% in first quarter: Hu
Latest Updated by 2006-04-17 09:20:57
Related News
Participants call for win-win co-op across Straits
Cross-Straits economic, trade forum opens
CPC top leader Hu meets KMT Honorary Chairman Lien
KMT Honorary Chairman arrives in Beijing
Hu to meet Lien Chan at cross-Strait forum
China
Mainland's GDP grows by 10.2% in first quarter: Hu
World Buddhist Forum ends with declaration for peace
'1992 consensus' crucial to maintaining peace: Hu

The Chinese mainland scored a 10.2 percent growth in its gross domestic product in first quarter of this year, said Hu Jintao, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, in Beijing Sunday (Apr. 16).

The mainland also achieved a 25 percent growth in import and export in the three months, said Hu at a meeting with Lien Chan, honorary chairman of the Taiwan-based Kuomintang party.

The rapid economic growth and the big market of the mainland have created favorable conditions for further economic and trade cooperation across the Straits, along with opportunities for Taiwan compatriots to give full play to the talent in the mainland, said Hu.

"Frankly speaking, we do not want to pursue excessively rapid economic growth. What we are seeking is efficiency and quality of development, the change in the the economic growth mode, resources conservation, environmental protection and improvement of people's livelihood," Hu said.

This is the second meeting between Hu and Lien. They met for the first time in Beijing a year ago when Lien, then chairman of the Taiwan-based Kuomintang (KMT) party, had an "ice-breaking" journey to the mainland. It was also the first meeting between top leaders of the CPC and KMT in 60 years.

In a bid to curb the excessive economic growth, the State Council, or China's cabinet, held an executive meeting on Friday, deciding to strengthen regulation of economic performance by adjusting and upgrading redundant production capacity, curbing new production capacity, improving efficiency of energy and raw material consumption and coordinating demand for and supply of energy and raw materials.

The government is also to establish a mechanism to calculate, examine and disclose progress by local governments in raising energy efficiency and reducing discharges of pollutants and protecting farmland.

Editor: Yan

By: Source: China View website
Previous:    Next:World Buddhist Forum ends with declaration for peace


Guangzhou collector buys ex-US president's limousine


Guangdong listed 78 Intangible Heritage


[Group Photo]Xiangjiang Safari Park


Las Vegas Sands Co. invests 2 bn USD in Hengqin Island


Maggie Q Learns mission impossible
This site contains material from other media for content enrichment purpose only.
The Southcn.com website do not endorse such content and do not bear the joint responsibility of their copyright infringement.
The views expressed in written material posted to the bulletin boards of Southcn.com are those of the authors and/or publishers. The Southcn.com website does not endorse information products posted by organizations and individuals here. The originators of these information products are solely responsible for their content.
For copyright infringement issues, you shall contact Southcn.com within thirty (30) days. Email: falv@southcn.com
If you find any error in this page, please drag your mouse to mark the text with error, then press "CTRL" and "ENTER", to inform us. Thanks for your help!
Home  |  About Us  |   Contact Us  |  Site Map  |  Chinese
©2005 WWW.NEWSGD.COM. All rights reserved.registered number 020074 Terms of Use | Advertise | ICP Certificate No.B2-20050252
Guangdong Gov Link
Guangdong Gov Brief
State Structure
Guangdong in Brief
Laws & Regulations
Exchange Rate
Guangdong Guide
   
Museum Museum
University University
Eat Eat
Shopping Duting
Night Life Night Life
Weather Weather
Phone No. Phone Num
Consulate Consulate
Airport Airport
Travel Tips Tours Tips