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China boosts informatization for better livelihood

01-14-2014 17:37 BJT

BEIJING, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- The National Development and Reform Commission on Tuesday said it will boost informatization in eleven sectors to boost people's livelihood.

The eleven sectors include education, employment, medical services, social security, pensions, food and drug safety, community services, domestic services and public security, said a statement on the commission's website.

China will work to build an efficient social service system through promoting social security cards that can integrate various services, according to the statement.

By 2015, about 800 million social security cards should be issued so that social security services and other allowances can be provided efficiently, according to the statement.

Quality education resources will be selected and made available to all schools in a bid to bridge education gaps between developed areas and less developed western and central regions, the statement said.

Xu Hongcai, head of the Department of Information under the China Center for International Economic Exchanges, said informatization will help tackle problems in these sectors and provide quality services to the public.


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: Xinhua

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