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Further Reform of Railway System in the New Era(No.1, 2016)


China's railway has made initialseparation of government administration from the management of enterprises and achieved some progress in railway reform...

Policy Options on Facilitating Expanded and Improved Development of China's Service Industry During 13th Five-Year Plan Period (No 184, 2015)


During the 13th Five-Year Plan period, China's economic development would enter the stage of new normal.

Review of the Development of China's Service Industry and Development Approaches and Goals of the 13th Five-Year Plan (No 183, 2015)


During the 12th Five-Year Plan period, China's service industry has made a series of achievements and breakthroughs.

Adjustment in Liquor Industry Shows Initial Effects, and Industrial Transformation and Upgrading Need Policy Innovation (No 173, 2015)


After the throes of profound demand and market adjustments from 2013 to 2014, adjustments in liquor industry have shown initial effects.

Major Problems Restricting Development of China's Cultural Industry (No 118, 2015)


In recent years, China's cultural sector has made new progress through reform with a stable and swift growth momentum and a bright future for development.

Development Features and Future Performance of China's Cultural Industry (No 120, 2015)


China has achieved gratified results by promoting cultural reform in critical areas and key links.

Policy Options on Promoting the Development of China's Cultural Industry under New Circumstances (No 119, 2015)


China will for some time in the future witness a critical stage of deepened reform in an all-around way along with economic transformation and upgrading.

Analysis of Chinese Manufacturing Industry's Ability to Acquire Added Values in the Global Value Chains Division and Relevant Policy Options (No 107, 2015)


This paper gives a calculation of the ability of China's manufacturing industry in acquiring added value in the global value chains division