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Full Text: Report on the Work of the Government

The Report on the Work of the Government, delivered by Premier Wen Jiabao at annual session of the 11th NPC, includes review of work in 2011, major steps to be taken in 2012, and major tasks for 2012.

Housing price regulation won't slacken

China will not slacken its efforts in regulating housing prices, since they are still far from falling back to a reasonable level.
Chinese government and automakers are pushing ahead with the development of green cars.
China will establish two or three large rare-earth enterprises by consolidating companies in the sector.
Zheng Xinli, former deputy director of the policy research office of the CPC, urged more efforts should be made to help SMEs.
Property prices in China will go down slightly this year amid persistent government curbs on the property market.
China has set a target of completing a space mission of "100 rockets, 100 satellites" during the five years between 2011 and 2015.
China's most renowned Buddhist attraction, Shaolin Temple, is planning to open overseas branches "when conditions mature".
China will further promote the reform and development in its cultural system to provide more high-quality cultural products.
Award-winning director Feng Xiaoning says the ticket price of Chinese films should be lowered for domestic audiences.