Li opens congress with strong first report

Updated: 2014-03-05 08:30


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-- China's GDP reached 56.9 trillion yuan in 2013, an increase of 7.7 percent over the previous year.

-- The per capita disposable income of urban residents rose by 7 percent, and the per capita net income of rural residents rose by 9.3 percent.

-- Government revenue increased by 10.1 percent.

-- The service sector contributed to 46.1 percent of GDP, surpassing the industry for the first time.

-- Government reform progressed smoothly as the central government abolished or delegated 416 administrative approvals.

-- Energy intensity was cut by 3.7 percent.

-- Emission of sulfur dioxide decreased by 3.5 percent.

-- Chemical oxygen demand, a key index for water quality, fell by 2.9 percent.

-- The country began to build 6.6 million units of government-subsidized housing, and 5.4 million were completed.

-- The central government spending on official overseas visits, official vehicles, and official hospitality was cut by 35 percent.

-- The provincial governments' cost of official hospitality decreased by 26 percent.

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