Chinese State Council (Beijing)

Chinese State Council

Chinese State Council (Beijing)

The State Council, constitutionally synonymous with the Central People’s Government since 1954 (particularly in relation to local governments), is the chief administrative authority of the People’s Republic of China. It is chaired by the premier and includes the heads of each of the cabinet-level executive departments. Currently, the council has 35 members: the premier, one executive vice premier, three other vice premiers, five state councillors (of whom two are also ministers), and 25 in charge of the Council’s constituent departments. In the politics of the People’s Republic of China, the Central People’s Government forms one of three interlocking branches of power, the others being the Communist Party of China and the People’s Liberation Army. The State Council directly oversees the various subordinate People’s Governments in the provinces, and in practice maintains membership with the top levels of the Communist Party of China.

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Chinese State Council The Chinese State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission announces that the country is making steady progress on the mixed-ownership reform of central State-owned enterprises

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China makes steady progress on central SOE mixed-ownership reform* China has made progress on mixed-ownership reform of centrally-administered State-owned enterprises (SOEs), an official with the country’s top state-asset regulator said on Oct 12. Since 2013, central SOEs have received more (...)

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