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China to Revise Law Interpretation on Differentiated Personal Injury Compensation
Wen Hears Farmers' Concerns on 11th Five-Year Plan
Rights of HIV/AIDS Patients Spelt Out
China Abolishes Agricultural Tax Three Years Ahead of Schedule
Needy People Happy with Govt's Charity Program
Regular Govt Relief for 50 Million Poor
NGOs Arrowed for Village-level Poverty Relief
Legal Aid Helped 430,000 Chinese in 2005
Support Called for Anti-poverty Program
China's Legislature Abolishes 2,600-year-old Agricultural Tax
China to Abolish More Than 2,000 Years Old Agricultural Tax
China Amends Criminal Law for Gender Balance of Population
14 Mln Laid-off Workers Reemployed in Three Years
Party on Rural Development, Fighting Corruption
China to Improve Pension System
China to Further Expand Employment
Wen Calls for Coordinated Development
New Family Planning Policy Introduced
Arable Land to Be Further Protected in Next 5 Years
Law to Better Safeguard Disabled Citizens
Leadership to Adjust Growth Model, Focus on Wealth Gap
China to Boost Vocational Education
China to Set Up Injury-monitoring Network
Central Government Earmarks US$197 Million for Ethnic Minorities
More Flats for Lower-income Families Urged
Income Tax Amendments Hearing to Be Held
Premier Wen Urges Further Reforms for China
China Publishes Gender Equality White Paper
Social Security to Cover College Students Medical Care
Premier: Women, Children's Situation a Measure of Progress
NPC to Discuss Personal Income Tax Amendment
Ethnic Region Experiments with Democratic Election
Regulation to Protect Henan Migrant Workers
Premier Wen Highlights Independent Innovations
College Grads Encouraged to Head West
China Revises Land Development Plan
More Relief Planned for China's Poor
Compensation for Three Gorges Resettled Residents
Vice Premier Urges Support for Summer Harvest
Tax Exemption for Charities
Family Planning Rewards Boost Rural Social Security
Chinese Premier: Grain Prices to Remain Stable
850bn Yuan Earmarked for Ethnic Minority Areas
Concerted Efforts Urged to Reduce Poverty
More Budget Funds for Re-employment
Non-governmental Sectors Urged to Help Tackle Poverty
China All Out Helping Small Minorities Out of Poverty
More Aid for Ethnic Minorities
Outline Set for Developing China's Western Regions
Hui Calls for Employment Improvement for the Disabled
Finance Minister on Poverty Alleviation, Financial Policy
China to Maintain Steady Economic Development
Vice Premier Urges Coordinated, Sustainable Development
Gov't Eyes Medical Aid for Low-income Residents
Respecting, Protecting Rights of Handicapped: Hui
China Social Security Fund Announces Total Assets
New Work Safety Minister Discusses Plans
Fiscal Policy to Help Build Harmony
Healthcare System Desperate for Remedy
Education, Enterprise Innovation Proposed at CPPCC
Better Charity Laws, Incentives Needed
Tibet Balancing Economy and Ecology
All Agricultural Taxes to Be Scrapped in 2006
Ethnic Minorities White Paper Published
Calls to Address Aging Population
Legal Aid Volunteer Corps to Expand
Hu: Building Harmonious Society Top on Agenda
President Hu Visits Guizhou
Premier Vows to Build Harmonious Society
Govt Urges Caring for Needy Farmers
Hu: Develop Poor Areas in Scientific Way
Social Security Umbrella Covers More People
State's Aims to Strengthen Agricultural Capacity
China to Beef Up Efforts on Poverty Reduction
Boarding Schools to Be Built for Rural West
Deputies Call on Government to Step Up Social Security
Grain Production Macro-controls to Be Enforced
'Go West' Campaign to Accelerate
Population Control Policy to Continue
Social Security Umbrella Shelters Poor

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Developing modern agriculture is the Chinese government's top priority in building a new socialist countryside, according to a document jointly released by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council.
Eighteen children pose for a picture at a village in Ziyun Miao and Buyi Autonomous County in Guizhou Province, January 22. Among them, twelve children's parents left the village to work in big cities in coastal areas.
Chinese farmers saw their net incomes grow to 3,587 yuan ($460) last year, representing the third consecutive year of 6 percent year-on-year growth.
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