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2013 National People's Congress

2013 National People's Congress
Dì-shíer Jiè Quánguó Rénmín Dàibiǎo Dàhuì Dì-yīcì Huìyì
1st Plenary Session
12th National People's Congress

5 March – 16 March

President Premier Congress Chairman
Hu Jintao Wen Jiabao Wu Bangguo
15 March 2003
16 March 2003
15 March 2003

President-elect Premier-elect Congress Chairman-elect
Li Keqiang (cropped).jpg
Xi Jinping Li Keqiang Zhang Dejiang

2013 NPC official website

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The 2013 National People's Congress (formally, the 1st Plenary Session of the 12th National People's Congress) held its annual meeting on March 2013 at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China. The session opened 5 March and concluded on 16 March, 2013[1] This was the Plenary Session in which major state positions were elected.


  • Government Work Report 1
  • Events 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Government Work Report

Below are the key points of the country's achievements in the past five years, from Premier Wen Jiabao's work report:[2]

  • A total of 58.7 million urban jobs were created.
  • The per capita disposable income of urban residents rose by an annual average of 8.8%, and the per capita net income of rural residents rose by 9.9%.
  • Grain output increased for the ninth consecutive year in 2012.
  • Progress was made in key areas of reform; and the open economy reached a new stage of development.



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External links

  • NPC Official Website
Preceded by
2012 NPC
Annual National People's Congress Sessions of the
People's Republic of China

March 2012
Succeeded by
2014 NPC
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