China said in a meeting of its parliament that it will set up five new "super ministries" in order to curb corruption and streamline the government, the AFP reported. The five new ministries will be: the Ministry of Industry and Information, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, the Ministry of Environmental Protection, the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Construction, and the Ministry of Transport. A National Bureau of Energy will also be established to oversee energy policy across all ministries. The government will establish a body to coordinate between the central bank, the finance ministry and the primary economic planning body. The health ministry will be upgraded to oversee food and drug safety.