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BEIJING, Nov. 29 (Xinhua) -- To improve consumer goods, increase supply and make the tertiary sector a new growth driver, China will allow more investment from the private and non-government sector, according to an official with the top economic planner Tuesday.

To boost huge potential consumption, China needs to improve the institutional environment to increase (non-government) capital to help upgrade consumer goods and increase supply, said Zhao Lidong, an official with the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), at a press conference.

Consumers want higher-quality products and services, while farmers, driven by faster income growth and compared to their urban counterparts, are consuming more goods, said Zhao.

To address this situation, the central government on Monday issued guidelines to boost consumption of services, as it believes more consumption in these areas will help improve people's lives, and contribute to economic restructuring and new growth.

Tourism, elderly care, and the cultural, sports and health industries were highlighted, as well as education and training.

"Some stadiums, for example, have been left idle. We will encourage their owners to open public sports facilities and help them find investment," said Zhao.

The official said the authorities will guide consumers toward energy-efficient products and develop standards for emerging technology and products such as smart homes and wearable devices.

He noted that the government will also roll out higher standards for domestic products to attract consumers that usually buy foreign products.

China's economic restructuring is beginning to bear fruit, with consumption playing a more conspicuous role in growth, accounting for 71 percent of GDP growth in the first nine months, 13.3 percentage points higher than a year earlier.

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Instead of bringing collapse, the Internet in China is becoming more commercially robust and innovative despite the unique Chinese way of management.

As the Internet reshapes China, China is also changing the online landscape through its rising Internet firms nike air max 90 goedkoop , brand-new products and the world's largest web population of 618 million.


On April 20, 1994, a pilot network to serve education and scientific research was linked to the Internet via a special line in Beijing's Zhongguancun, now China's technology hub, marking the country's first fully functional Internet access.

At the time nike air max 95 zwart goedkoop , the only way for most Chinese to learn of South Africa's newly elected black president and the construction of China's massive Three Gorges hydraulic project was by reading the next day's state-run newspaper.

Recalling his first days online, Liu Ren, a Beijing-based journalist, said few Chinese were in cyberspace in the late 1990s.

"I would be overjoyed to receive an email, even if it was a spam mail at that time nike air max 95 heren goedkoop ," said the reporter renowned for his keen observation of China's IT industry. "But today, the Internet has been changing everyone's lives, sometimes even against their will."

Older cab drivers are consulting their children to learn how to use taxi apps for additional tips from potential customers.

"Never did I think that one day my work would have anything to do with the Internet," said Lao Liu, a 54-year-old taxi driver in central China's Wuhan City. "The apps bring me an additional income of 50 yuan (8 U.S. dollars) every day."

Mobile Internet is changing the entrenched habits of Chinese people like Lao Liu nike air max 95 dames goedkoop , including how they read, buy things, and manage money.

Yu'ebao, a popular online wealth management product, has raised around 500 billion yuan in less than a year nike air max 95 goedkoop , helping boost the funds available for China's real economy, instead of raising financing costs.

In March, China vowed to promote the healthy development of its burgeoning Internet finance, giving products like Yu'ebao promising prospects.

The growing population of Internet users has also made online opinions too important to be ignored by officials.

The transformative power of the Internet has challenged top-down communication patterns in China by supporting multi-level and multi-directional flows of communication, changing the country's political landscape.

Several Chinese officials have been probed after online whistleblowers accused them of corruption nike air max classic bw heren goedkoop , the latest being Song Lin, chairman of state corporation China Resources (Holdings).

China's Internet has become an accessible yet decentralized platform for the public to discuss public affairs and breaking events, said Wang Sixin, professor of law with the Communication University of China.


The rising prominence of China is one of the most important developments shaping the Internet.

Behind China's Internet boom is Beijing's unique way of management. China has long been dedicated to developing the Internet, but it has also underscored the rule of law to ensure Internet security nike air max classic bw dames goedkoop , which Chinese President Xi Jinping said is a concern for the country's security and development.

Xi became head of China's central Internet security and informatization leading group in February, revealing the country's resolve to build itself into a strong cyber power.

This way of Internet management, itself a Chinese innovation, has not stifled the creativity of the Internet as some had predicted. Innovative Internet products and services are significantly changing the landscape of the Internet.

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