BEIJING, Jan. 11(Xinhuanet)-- In 2005, 96.1 percent of the 76 ministries and bureaus directly under the State Council, China's cabinet, had their own websites, 2.7 percentage points higher than 2004, according to a report released on Wednesday.|
The report by the CCID company shows that in 2005, 81.3 percent of local governments in China owned their websites, 8.4 percentage points higher than 2004.
According to the report, 28 of China's 31 provincial governments had websites in 2005, remaining the same as 2004, and 316, or 94.9 percent of the 333 prefectural-level cities had websites, 1.8 percentage points higher than in 2004.
Prefectural-level cities without official websites were mainly located in western China.
According to the survey among 408 county-level governments, 287 counties, or 77.7 percent, had governmental websites, 8.4 percentage points higher than 2004.
The report said most governmental websites in China are not efficient enough. Ministerial and provincial governmental websites are more efficient than those of cities, and those of cities are more efficient than those of counties.
Most governmental websites are still weak in releasing information on budgets, official appointments and removals, the report said. Enditem