The number of people in China aged 60 and above has now reached 250 million.
We will take significant steps to develop elderly care, especially community elderly care services.
New residential areas should include facilities for community elderly care services, and we will step up the development of such facilities in rural areas.
We will reform and refine policies for integrating medical and elderly care services, and extend trials for long-term care insurance to cover more areas.
Only when the elderly live happily can the young have a future to look forward to.
Infant and child care is important to millions of families.
We will see that policies to encourage private investment are implemented, and take systematic steps to strengthen cooperation between the government and private capital.
We will undertake reforms to improve the public bidding system.
The government must set an example in acting in good faith and honoring contracts;
new officials must not be allowed to get away with ignoring obligations undertaken by predecessors.
Over 50 percent of overdue payments to enterprises must be made by the end of the year, and new arrears are impermissible.
We will make solid progress in poverty alleviation and rural revitalization and move closer to completing the tasks of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects.