While fast urbanization in China has brought larg

 population inflows from rural areas to cities, only those registered with permanent residence permits are fully entitled to social welfare in their resident cities.

Basic public services should be guaranteed for unregistered

permanent residents in cities, with an increased supply of education resources in cities where th

ere are a sizable number of children of migrant workers, according to the NDRC document.

The coverage of government-supported rental hom

es and housing provident funds should be expanded to benefit more unregistered permanent residents, the document said.

China aims to add 100 million registered permanent urban residents from 2016 to 2020.

By the end of 2018, the share of such residents in the country’s total population stood at 43.37 percent, up 1.02 p

ercentage points from a year earlier, according to data from the National Bureau of Statistics.

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