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Special> 11th NPC & CPPCC 2008> Hot Topics

-Premier: China Aims to Have Another 50 Million People Employed in 5 Years
-Premier: Lhasa Riot Aimed to Undermine Beijing Olympics
-China to Press Ahead With Public Finance Reform, Premier Says
-Chinese Premier: Mainland to Expand Business Ties and Trade With Taiwan
-Premier: China to Consider Organizing Foreign Journalists to Lhasa
-Premier: China to Ratify UN Covenant on Civil and Political Rights at Early Date
-Proceedings Initiated in Parliament for China's Leadership Change
-FM: the Very Few forces Who Politicize Beijing Olympics Cannot Represent Int'l Community
-Rules of Games for Sovereign Wealth Fund Should Be Made by All
-China Willing to Increase Imports From U.S., Conduct Human Rights Dialogue
-FM: China Faces More Opportunities Than Challenges in External Relations
-China Confident of Sino-European Relations
-China-Africa Cooperation A Driving Force Behind Development
-Dalai Lama Issue Not Religious or Ethnic
-Deadline Undesirable for East China Sea Consultation
-FM: China One of Safest Places in World
-China Upgrades Environmental Administration to Ministry
-Green Governance Ranking List to Come in Months in China
-China Plans Bigger Transport Ministry Managing Road, Water and Air Routes
-China Announces Overhaul of Energy Agencies, Management
-China to Upgrade Health Ministry to Better Monitor Food and Drug Safety
-China to Set up Five New 'Super Ministries'
-China to Set up Five New 'Super Ministries'
-Highlights: China Launches Sweeping Institutional Restructuring of Gov't
-Chinese Lawmakers to Deliberate Draft Plan of Cabinet Ministries Reform
-Chinese Female Tycoon Triggers Controversy With "Pro-rich" Proposals
-Lawmaker: Renminbi Internationalization Not On Agenda
-Senior Chinese Leader Underscores Judicial Justice
-China Vows No Mercy to Corruption
-China Plans 20 bln Yuan to Narrow Rural-urban Health Care Gap
-Chinese Top Political Advisor Calls for Prosperity in Muslim Region
-Chinese Lawmakers to Deliberate Draft Plan of Cabinet Ministries Reform
-Minister: China's Employment Situation 'Very Severe' This Year
-President Hu Calls for Scientific Development, Social Harmony in Uygur Region
-Top Legislator Stresses Leadership of Communist Party of China
-Water Pollution, Laborers' Rights Top Chinese Legislature's Supervision List
-China's Top Legislator Promises More Public Participation in Food Safety Legislation
-Chinese Legislators Help Migrant Workers Get Defaulted Wages, Close Illegal Coal Mines
-Highlights of Work Report on China's Supreme People's Court
-Highlights of Work Report of China's Supreme People's Procuratorate
-China Basically Forms Socialist Legal System
-Political Advisors Speak on Taiwan Issue, HK Development
-China Advisded to Set up National Committee for Minors Left Behind by Migrant Parents
-Private Entities Urged to Invest in Railways
-Lawmaker Says China's Tobacco Control Should Start With Gov't Employees
-China's Trade Union Official Upholds Labor Contract Law, Denying Cost Rise
-Restless Hot Money Inflows May Worsen China's Inflation Risk, Warns Political Advisor
-Chinese Political Advisor Calls for Stricter Control in Land Expropriation
-Political Advisor Calls for Various Funding Channels for Chinese Universities in Heavy Debts
-Advisor: China Needs to Axe Number of Judges, But Improve Professionalism
-Chinese Women to Have More Chances of Piloting Aircraft
-Chinese President Stresses Stablity, Social Harmony in Tibet
-Negative Reporting of Beijing Olympics to End in Failure
-China's Peacekeepers in Darfur Contribute to Stability
-Quality Watchdog: China Confident With Olympic Food Safety
-Railway Construction Open to Foreign Investment
-China Won't Waver in Family Planning Policy: Official
-Leaders of China's Eight Non-Communist Parties Meet Press
-Fiscal Revenue Hits 5.13 Trillion Yuan in 2007
-Officials Brief on Chinese Economy
-PLA Generals Call for Vigilance Against 'Taiwan Independence' Forces
-Hu: Lessons Must Be Learned From Winter Weather Crisis
-Premier: China Reports Drops in Energy Consumption, Pollution in 2007
-China to Stipulate, Update 7,700 Food, Drug Standards
-China to Establish Stock Market for Growth Enterprises
-China to Solicit Public Opinions on Health Care Reform
-China Plans Multibillion Yuan Budget for Low-Rent Housing Program
-Premier Ensures Employees in China to Have Paid Vacations
-Premier: China to Present a 'Unique' Olympic Games
-China to Test Run Super-Ministries in Central Gov't Body Reform
-Premier: China to Keep Year's CPI Rise Around 4.8%
-Premier: China Targets 8% GDP Growth in 2008
-Premier: "Taiwan Independence" Attempts Doomed to Fail
-Premier Acknowledges "Increasing Inflationary Pressure"
-Premier Says China's .State Sector Robust
-Hu Jintao: 'Taiwan independence' Activities Doomed to Fail
-No inflationary Spiral for China in 2008: Economist
-Administrative Reform 'Imperative'
-Political Advisors Propose Assessment System for Environment-Damaging Exports
-China Imposes Stricter Penalties for Bank Crime

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