China’s GDP adjusted 3% higher and another 10% adjustment expected within 3 months

China’s statistics authority will revise its gross domestic product (GDP) figure for 2013 by about 3 percent after a latest national economic census. The increase would make 2013’s GDP about $9.6 trillion or just under two-thirds of U.S. output of $16.8 trillion.

There is another set of accounting methodology changes for GDP coming within a few months which will boost China’s GDP by about another 10%

China’s total corporate revenue from high technology manufacturing and Research and Development both nearly tripled from 2008 to 2013

There were many details released on employment and companies from the business census