Chinese premier asks that for an increase of the expenditure of the State
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Chinese premier asks that for an increase of the expenditure of the State

Beijing : China | Mar 05, 2012 at 9:09 AM PST
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In a speech on the occasion of the opening of the National Congress of the People, the premier Wen Jiabao promised an increase of the expenditure for the health assistance and social services, I increase some wages for the groups to low and middle income, and consumer credit is extended, between the other, to help the people to gain of more. Although the finished efforts, Wen said that the government down below its economical objective of growth of this year to 7.5 percent, down a 9.2 percent of growth of rate of bag in 2010 and 10.4 percent the past year. Wen said that the objective riflette the determination of the government to do progress, simply maintaining the stability. Wen recognized that the chinese government needs to do better in different manners, included the protection of the rights of property, I monitor some prices and of safety on the work place.

The prime Minister also said that Beijing would have maintained the level of the coin and to determine the politics to anticipate a systemic risk financial. Wen has asked the unity between the ethnic groups of the China in accomplishment of the governmental politics for the creation of the prosperity in the poorest parts of the country. The speech has open ten days of session of the National Congress of the People involving almost 3000 delegates in the Large Room of the People of Beijing

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