Premier Li assured Monday that China's economy will have "a good ending" in 2013, which will enable it to have "a promising beginning" for 2014.
China's fiscal revenue climbed 13.4 percent year on year in September to 936.2 billion yuan ($152.48 billion), the Ministry of Finance said on Friday.
China's urban fixed-asset investment expanded 20.2 percent year on year to 30.92 trillion yuan ($5.04 trillion) in the Jan-Sept.
Retail sales in China rose 12.9 percent in in the first nine months from a year earlier, data from the National Bureau of Statistics show on Friday.
China's industrial production rose 10.2 percent year on year in September, slightly down from August's 10.4-percent increase, official data showed on Friday.
China's foreign direct investment in September rose 4.88 percent from a year earlier to $8.84 billion, higher than the 0.62-percent growth in August.
China's new yuan-denominated lending in the first three quarters this year reached 7.28 trillion yuan ($1.18 trillion), an increase of 557 billion yuan from a year earlier.
China's producer price index (PPI) fell 1.3 percent in September from the same month last year, the National Bureau of Statistics said Monday.
China's exports fell 0.3 percent in September from a year earlier, while imports rose 7.4 percent, the General Administration of Customs said on Saturday.
China's factory activity set a record high in 17 months in September, an official survey showed, indicating a stable economic rebound.
Prices of new and secondhand homes continued to rise in most Chinese cities in September, led by first-tier markets and some second- and third-tier ones.
China's urban registered unemployment rate dipped to 4.04 percent at the end of September, from 4.1 percent at the end of June this year.
China's tax revenue, a major source of the government's fiscal income, grew 9 percent year on year in the first three quarters.
Prices of both new and existing homes continued to rise in most Chinese cities in September, according to official data released on Tuesday.
China's SOEs pocketed 1.77 trillion yuan ($287.7 billion) of profits in the first three quarters of 2013, an increase of 10.5 percent year-on-year.
China's business climate index, a major gauge of the country's macroeconomic outlook, rebounded slightly in the third quarter, according to data released Friday.
China's exporters face a difficult time in coming months as demand from emerging markets slows, the Chinese trade ministry warned.
Despite many worries in the first half of this year, the economic data in the third quarter showed that China's economy was still keeping a steady and solid growth.
China power consumption increased by 10.4 percent year-on-year in September, according to the National Energy Administration on Monday.
China's seven-month-high Consumer Price Index of 3.1 percent in September indicated a sharp rise in inflation pressure, analysts said.
Official data showed on Monday that China's electricity consumption, rose 10.4 percent year-on-year in September.
China's service sector expanded at a moderate pace in September, indicated by a 52.4 reading for the HSBC Services Purchasing Managers' Index.