China's government reported that the economy's revenue has increased 21.3% to 8.31 trillion Yuan (1.26 trillion American dollars) during the fiscal year of 2010. However, the Ministry of Finance in China said that the main behind increasing 2010's central fiscal year is a relatively fast economic growth, price increases, surging purchases and consumption tax driven by expanding vehicle sales from a year earlier.

On the other hand, China's government aims to increase its spending during the New Year; it will spend 20 billion Yuan ($3 billion), about four times the mount of last year, where the government needs to accelerate reconstruction of a Northwestern county flattened by a 7.1-magnitude earthquake last year.