China publishes its annual press development report for the first time – People’s Daily

From People’s Daily:

The General Administration of Press and Publication of China released China’s first press industrial research report entitled “China National Press Industrial Development Report for Year 2005” at the opening of “The Second Annual Conference on China Press Competitiveness” held recently. The report said that on average, China printed 100 million copies of various kinds of daily newspaper every day in 2004, ranking the first in the world, and there were 75.86 copies per 1,000 people in China, an increase of 6 per cent if compared with that of 2003. The number of daily newspaper China published in 2004 made up 14.5 per cent of the total in the world.

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