China's fiscal revenue climbed 10.1 percent year on year in 2013 to reach 12.91 trillion yuan ($2.11 trillion), the Ministry of Finance said Thursday.
China's industrial output rose 9.7 percent year on year in December, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) announced on Monday.
The annual growth of China's urban fixed-asset investment cooled to 19.6 percent in 2013, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) announced on Monday.
China's total retail sales in 2013 increased 13.1 percent year-on-year to 23.44 trillion yuan ($3.87 trillion), the National Bureau of Statistics said on Monday.
China's economic growth scored 7.7% in 2013, just above the target of 7.5% set at the beginning of the year.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) into the Chinese mainland increased 5.25 percent year on year in 2013 to reach $117.59 billion.
New yuan-denominated lending reached 8.89 trillion yuan ($1.5 trillion) in 2013, up 687.9 billion yuan year on year, announced the central bank Wednesday.
China's total exports and imports reach $4.16 trillion in 2013, up 7.6% year on year, customs data shows.
China's consumer price index (CPI), a main gauge of inflation, grew 2.6 percent year on year in 2013, and 2.5 percent in December of 2013.
China's producer price index (PPI) fell 1.4 percent year on year in December, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed on Thursday.
China's purchasing managers' index (PMI) for the manufacturing sector dropped to 51 percent in December, down from 51.4 percent for November.
Home prices in major Chinese cities continued to climb despite repeated government efforts to cool the sector, official data showed on Saturday.
China's foreign exchange reserves rose to $3.82 trillion at the end of 2013, $509.7 billion more than a year earlier.
Chinese local governments will issue new debt in 2014 to repay old loans, since a large amount of local government debts will mature in the near term, said analysts in Hong Kong.
The Chinese economy, buoyed by eased overcapacity and enhanced reforms, will grow 8.6% in 2014, according to Deutsche Bank. The forecast is higher than the market consensus.
Emerging economies should have a bigger voice in global economic policies to bring the world out of its recession, said World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council in a report released on Monday.
China's leadership is serious about reigning in credit and will probably allow a sharper growth slowdown, a report released by Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank said
China's electricity consumption rose 7.5 percent year on year in 2013, the National Energy Administration said on Tuesday.
China's policy fine-tuning and ongoing urbanization can help it avoid a Japan-style property bubble, a senior housing official said.
Entrepreneurs and experts have high hopes for the Chinese government's pledge to give market participants a greater say through cutting intervention.
Urbanization has different implications for different property developers. But one thing for sure is that the new type of urbanization is not merely building homes.