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2022 China Government Work Report
Add time:2022-03-08    Click:812



  China’s gross domestic product (GDP) reached 114 trillion yuan, growing 8.1 percent.


  Per capita disposable income increased by 8.1 percent in real terms.


  A total of 12.69 million urban jobs were added.


  Tax and fee reductions introduced last year totaled more than one trillion yuan.


  Over 85 percent of the population received a full course of vaccination.



  GDP growth of around 5.5 percent


  over 11 million new urban jobs


  CPI increase of around 3 percent


  grain output of over 650 million metric tons



  We have set the deficit-to-GDP ratio for the year at around 2.8 percent. Central government transfer payments to local governments will come to close to 9.8 trillion yuan. This figure represents a growth of 18 percent, or around 1.5 trillion yuan, and is the largest increase in recent years.


  This year, special-purpose bonds for local governments will total 3.65 trillion yuan.


  Tax refunds and cuts are expected to total 2.5 trillion yuan this year. VAT credit refunds will account for 1.5 trillion yuan of this sum and all go straight to enterprises.


  A total of 100 billion yuan from the unemployment insurance fund will be used to support enterprises in maintaining stable payrolls and providing training programs.


  We will continue to reduce various certification requirements and provide more government services on a cross-provincial basis. We will basically realize mutual nationwide recognition of electronic licenses and certificates.


  We will continue to support the purchase of new-energy vehicles, and encourage local governments to promote spending on green and smart home appliances in rural areas as well as the replacement of old home appliances.


  We will press ahead with the 10-year action plan on basic research to ensure stable support over the long term. We will implement a three-year action plan for reforming the science and technology management system.


  We will support areas that have been lifted out of poverty in developing distinctive local businesses. We will launch rural initiatives to improve infrastructure, such as water, electricity and gas supplies, roads, and mail and communications services.


  We will work to negotiate and conclude high-standard free trade agreements with more countries and regions.


  We will improve policies to support environmental protection industries in conserving water and energy and recycling waste and used materials.


  We will continue our efforts to reduce the burden on students in compulsory education.


  Government subsidies for basic medical insurance for rural and non-working urban residents will be increased by an average of 30 yuan per person, and subsidies for basic public health services will be increased by an average of 5 yuan per person.


  We will improve the supporting measures for the three-child policy, and develop public-interest childcare services to ease the burden of raising a family.


  We will explore new models for housing development. We will move faster to develop the long-term rental market, promote the construction of government-subsidized housing.


  We will see that more sports venues and facilities are built close to people's homes and promote extensive public fitness activities.


  We will help Hong Kong and Macao develop their economies and improve the wellbeing of their people. We firmly oppose any separatist activities seeking "Taiwan independence".

  编辑:朱迪齐 焦洁 左卓