China's leadership, as well as the functions, responsibilities and contact information for China's central government agencies and departments. Government agencies refer to the offices under the State Council, China's cabinet. This page does not directly address the structure of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), though the party does exercise significant authority over government policies.
Chinese Government Agencies Priorities Report
Each year, Chinese government agencies—including ministries, commissions, and other key organizations—announce priorities and goals for their work for the coming 12 months. These priorities provide guidance about how policymakers seek to implement high-level government plans and meet development goals. Such reports provide important information for companies as they conduct strategic business and government affairs planning in China.
Ministries and commissions of the State Council, other government offices that report directly to the State Council, and independent offices that report directly to specific ministry-level offices. The State Council is the chief administrative authority of China. It is chaired by the premier and includes the heads of each governmental department and agency.