China's tax receipts were up 22.6% to ¥7.74 trillion in 2010, according to the State Administration of Taxation. The rate of growth was much faster than GDP and wage increases.
China's electricity consumption grew 14.56% to 4.19 trillion kW hours in 2010, according to the China Electricity Council.
China's online ad revenue surged 79.3% to ¥27.9 billion in 2010 and will reach ¥91.25 billion by 2013, predicted analysys International.
China invested $72 billion in overseas oil and gas fields over the past 5 years, according to Zhang Guobao, director of the National Energy Administration.
A total of ¥160 billion was invested by China's private sector in high-speed railway projects over the past 5 years, said Xu Bangli, chief economist of the Ministry of Railway.
China's exports will grow 23% in Q1 2011 fuelled by strong demand from Australia, Russia, South Africa and the US, predicted Alibaba Group (HKG: 1688), China's biggest e-commerce platform.
Beijing's GDP expanded 8% in 2010, said mayor Guo Jinlong in his annual government work report.
Shanghai aims to register an average 8% rise in its GDP over the next 5 years, said mayor Han Zheng in his annual government work report.
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