We must strengthen and improve macroregulation. Macroregulation has been an important way of implementing a scientific outlook on development over the past two years. Both macroregulation and market forces are integral components of the socialist market economy. We need to make better use of the basic role of market forces in allocating resources and carry out macroregulation well. It is important to adapt the direction， focus， timing and intensity of regulation to economic changes and to improve the methods of exercising it， which is mainly through economic and legal means supplemented by administrative means when necessary， in order to promote economic stability and sustained and rapid economic development.
Both Were Inspired by Cats
Both Scarlatti and Chopin were inspired by cats. When Scarlatti's cat struck certain notes on the keys of his harpsichord， one by one， with its paws， Scarlatti proceeded to write The Cat’s Fugue， a fugue for harpsichord in D minor. While Chopin was composing Waltz No. 3 in F major， his cat ran across the keys of the piano， amusing Chopin so much that he tried for the same sounds in what is called The Cat's Waltz.