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增强道德观念 enhance one’s moral awareness
重复建设项目 overlapping/ redundant project
住房制度改革 reform of housing system
自主创新能力 capacity for independent innovation
最低生活保障 subsistence allowance
农村富余劳动力 surplus rural labor
社会主义荣辱观 Socialist Concept of Honor and Disgrace
西部大开发战略 western development strategy
保障和改善民生 ensure the wellbeing of the people and improve their lives
粗放性增长方式 extensive mode of growth; inefficient model of growth
城乡社会救助体系 urban and rural emergency aid system
留守女士/留守男士 grass widow/widower
农村合作医疗制度 system of rural cooperative medical care
城乡公共就业与服务 urban and rural systems for providing public employment services
加强和改善宏观调控 improve macro control
社会主义核心价值观 core socialist values
《国家发展规划纲要》 Outline of the National Development Program
（农村）劳动力转移就业 (rural workers) find work in nonagricultural sectors
城镇职工基本养老保险制度 basic old-age insurance system for urban workers
China, by pursuing the policy of reform and opening to the outside world, is striving to become developed within 50 years.
For China, the first thing is to shake off poverty. To do that, we have to find a way to develop rapidly.
We have a huge population, a weak economic foundation and uneven development, our per capita GDP ranks fairly low among the countries in the world.
China, with the largest population in the world, also ranks first in agricultural population.
In spite of water shortages and with just 7 percent of the arable land on earth, China has to feed a quarter of the world’s population.
A very rough study of disparities in China’s wealth will show that they accelerate too fast.
China has transferred from a country where economic equilibrium prevailed to one that exceeds the medium level of imbalance in wealth distribution n the world in a matter of only two decades.
The living standards of the people have registered a remarkable elevation. This is the upward movement in the broadest sense of the world.
In China, a pattern with the public sector remaining dominant and diverse sectors of the economy developing side by side has taken shape.
The living standards of farmers have kept rising. Most of them have enough food and clothing and quite a few are leading a moderately prosperous life.
Hong Kong’s return to the motherland marks the great success of the concept of “one country, two systems.”
Over the past two decades and more, China has deepened the reform of its economic system, notably increased its overall national strength and steadily expanded its foreign economic cooperation and trade.
China is an East Asian country with a large territory, a huge population and a long history.
China has experienced far-reaching changes in the productive forces and the relations of production, as well as in the economic base and the superstructure.
A principal challenge to Chinese society’s is the gap between the ever-growing material and cultural needs of the people and the backward production.
Our 1.3 billion people account for about one-fifth of the world’s population.
China is not endowed with sufficient resources.
Free compulsory education made available to all rural students marks an important milestone in the history of the development of China’s education.
During the past five years, great strides were made in carrying our reform and opening up and building a moderately prosperous society in all respects, and the productive forces and overall national strength were significantly improved.
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