Where the Money Goes in 20102023-07-07
Wen Jiabao's report presents 10 key figures for China's economy in 20102023-07-07
"My concerns for this year's meeting can be summarized in six words:Benefiting the people's livelihood and adjusting the structure."
-- When asked what issues were of most concern at the meeting, Meng Xuenong, deputy secretary of the Central Working Committee of Directly Administered Organs, said confidently and firmly.
"We are justified in growing our military spending, and when they ask WHY, I answer with WHY NOT."
--Major General Luo Yuan, former Vice Minister of the Department of World Military Studies of the Academy of Military Sciences, said that last year China's financial growth exceeded 20%, but military spending grew by only 14%. He believes that military spending should rise with the financial situation, not "only grow bones but not meat, and meat can not only grow fat but not muscle".
"The construction of secure housing needs two legs, the government to solve part of the market side also need to participate, at the same time, the people's housing concepts are yet to be changed, now many people can not afford to buy a house, they blame the government and developers, is a bit wrong," "itself does not have the ability to buy a house, do not come to blame the government, society and developers, because now China's housing reform and development is a great investment."
-- Mao Yonghong, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Baibuting Group, one of the top 500 real estate companies in the country, made remarks that caused public discontent.
"If the domestic economy continues to grow at a rapid pace, it's time to watch out for inflation in the second half of the year."
-- Knight Yining, director of the Department of Social Sciences at Peking University, gave a wake-up call.
"The labor shortage in the PRD is just an isolated phenomenon."
--In the face of the recent media reports of labor shortage in the Pearl River Delta, the nation's richest woman, Zhang Yin, thinks so and says that her enterprise does not have the problem of labor shortage.
"Health care reform, if successful, is a national tragedy!"
--Zong Licheng, vice chairman of Shandong Province Federation of Industry and Commerce and general manager of Qingzhou Yao Wang Pharmaceutical, believes that the core of healthcare reform, "separation of medicine", is fundamentally absurd and impractical.