设为首页收藏本站学习中心

无忧雅思

  • 公众微信: ielts51
  • 业务合作: 4006805851

新浪微博登陆

只需一步, 快速开始

QQ登录

只需一步,快速开始

返回列表 发新帖

Key economic indicators point to sound fundamentals, official says

  [复制链接]

新浪微博达人勋

  • TA的每日心情
    开心
    2014-1-22 11:24
  • 签到天数: 6 天

    [LV.2]偶尔看看I

    发表于 2013-9-18 11:55 |显示全部楼层 | 阅读模式
    雅思精准核心预测

    For the first time since the beginning of China's complex economic transition, a government official said on Monday the minimum level of annual economic growth acceptable to the central government is 7 percent.

    But based on recent economic data, for August in particular, China is almost certain to be able to achieve growth no lower than 7.5 percent in 2013, Yang Shubing, a senior official at the National Policy Research Office of the State Council, said at a news briefing.

    Yang said that in coming years China will have to achieve minimum growth of 7 percent to double the size of the economy from 2010 to 2020, as promised at the 18th Communist Party of China National Congress last year.

    Sheng Laiyun, a spokesman for the National Bureau of Statistics, said the government's minimum-growth tolerance level represents a comprehensive assessment of GDP growth and other factors like employment.

    In a sign of the leadership's confidence in employment, Premier Li Keqiang disclosed in an article published last week in the Financial Times that in the first half of this year unemployment stood at around 5 percent, according to a survey.

    The government earlier announced that registered urban unemployment had stood at 4.1percent for a long period.

    As for economic growth in 2013, Yang said electricity generation, a key indicator of the economy's vibrancy, rose for a fifth month in August and increased by 13.4 percent from a year ago.

    Another key indicator, industrial output, grew at the fastest pace in 17 months in August, recording 10.4 percent year-on-year growth.

    "Although after 30 years of fast economic expansion certain factors that used to support such rapid growth have faded away, such as the abundant supply of labor and inexpensive natural resources, China's fundamentals are unchanged," Sheng said.

    Questions:

    1. What percentage of growth is China expected to see in 2013?

    2. What was China’s unemployment figure in the first half of this year, according to Premier Li?

    3. What are key indicators of the economy’s vibrancy?

    Answers:

    1. China is almost certain to be able to achieve growth no lower than 7.5 percent in 2013.

    2. Around 5 percent.

    3. Electricity generation and industrial output.

    新浪微博达人勋

    该用户从未签到

    发表于 2014-7-20 17:13 |显示全部楼层
    看帖子的都发表一下看法












    宁波
    回复 支持 反对

    使用道具 举报

    发表回复

    您需要登录后才可以回帖 登录 | 注册用户 新浪微博登陆

    本版积分规则

    帮助中心
    网友中心
    购买须知
    支付方式
    服务支持
    资源下载
    售后服务
    定制流程
    关于我们
    关于我们
    友情链接
    联系我们
    关注我们
    官方微博
    官方空间
    官方微信
    快速回复 返回顶部 返回列表