Efforts will be strengthened by the central government this year to reduce overproduction and overcapacity, according to Premier Li Keqiang.
More than 3,900 officials lost their eligibility to be promoted in 2015 because they concealed personal information in reports, Xinhua News Agency reported on Monday.
A total of 31,527 prisoners, most of whom were juveniles when they committed crimes, have been released under an amnesty agreement, according to an official statement on Monday.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has called for efforts to expand VAT reform in 2016 to reduce the burden on enterprises and help industrial upgrades.
The Supreme People's Court is to build an online platform for people involved in civil trials to track the implementation of punishments handed out by courts, a top official said on Sunday.
Restrictions on who can apply for permanent residency in cities are to be relaxed for selected workers, including those from the countryside, to encourage a new form of urbanization.
China's top graft-buster Wang Qishan has vowed to further tighten the screw of regulations in the fight against corruption in 2016.
More than 54,000 Chinese officials were investigated by prosecutors for bribery, dereliction of duty and other duty-related crimes in 2015, anti-graft chief Wang Qishan said in a work report published on Sunday.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has urged efforts to deepen human-centered urbanization as it can improve people's livelihoods and boost economy.
The fourth session of the 11th Shaanxi Provincial Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) began on Saturday in Xi'an, capital of Shaanxi province.
Chinese courts on Saturday pledged to hand down harsh punishments on terrorism and secessionist activities in addition to cracking down on graft.
In Beijing's blueprint, high ranking officials said its population should not exceed 23 million by 2020.