Gross domestic product (GDP) of the year grew by 3 percent.
A total of 12.06 million urban jobs were added.
The consumer price index (CPI) rose by 2 percent.
Grain output reached 685 million metric tons, an increase of 3.7 million metric tons.
Newly implemented tax and fee cuts amounted to more than 1 trillion yuan, and postponements were introduced for tax and fee payments of over 750 billion yuan.
Overall employment remained stable.
We waived interest payments on government-subsidized student loans to college graduates with financial difficulties and granted extensions on the principal repayments for these loans.
China’s economy is staging a steady recovery.
China’s GDP increased to 121 trillion yuan, registering an annual growth rate of 5.2 percent over the past five years.
Average yearly urban jobs growth hit more than 12.7 million.
Spending on R&D increased from 2.1 percent to over 2.5 percent of GDP.
The length of in-service high-speed railways increased from 25,000 kilometers to 42,000 kilometers. In rural areas, 1.25 million kilometers of road were newly built or upgraded.
China’s total volume of trade in goods exceeded 40 trillion yuan, registering an annual growth rate of 8.6 percent. It has thus been the top global trader for many years running.
Basic old-age insurance now covers 1.05 billion people, an increase of 140 million over the past five years.
We successfully presented the world with streamlined, safe, and splendid 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Chinese people have secured a major and decisive victory in the fight against Covid-19.
Annual per capita government subsidies for basic medical insurance for rural and non-working urban residents increased from 450 yuan to 610 yuan.
We made bulk government purchases of medicines and medical consumables, thus cutting medical bills by more than 400 billion yuan.
The three-child policy was launched, and supporting measures were put into effect.
GDP growth of around 5 percent
around 12 million new urban jobs
surveyed urban unemployment rate of around 5.5 percent
CPI increase of around 3 percent
growth in personal income that is generally in step with economic growth
steady increases in both the volume and quality of imports and exports
a basic equilibrium in the balance of payments
grain output of over 650 million metric tons
continued reductions in energy consumption per unit of GDP and in the discharge of major pollutants, with priority on controlling fossil fuel consumption
steady improvements in the quality of the eco-environment
Expanding domestic demand.
Accelerating the modernization of the industrial system.
Unswervingly consolidating and developing the public sector and unswervingly encouraging, supporting, and guiding the development of the non-public sector.
Intensifying efforts to attract and utilize foreign investment.
Effectively preventing and defusing major economic and financial risks.
Stabilizing grain output and advancing rural revitalization.
Continuing the transition to green development.
Meeting people’s basic living needs and developing social programs.