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President Xi Jinping urges innovation and reforms

11-06-2013 16:35 BJT Special Report: China’s Leaders |

Chinese President Xi Jinping outlines the blueprint for China’s future, stressing the importance of more reforms, promoting innovation while maintaining steady growth.

President Xi Jinping takes an inspection tour to central China’s Hunan Province.

During an inspection tour to central China’s Hunan Province, Xi Jinping urged governments at all levels to stabilize growth, make structural adjustments, promote reform and improve people’s livelihoods. Xi said China should not simply pursue strong GDP growth but must focus on transforming its economic model to ensure healthy development. Xi also reiterated his support for innovation while visiting local companies, saying that fast growth requires optimizing business structure and eliminating excess capacity. He encouraged companies to innovate in technology, management, products, marketing and branding.

Xi Jinping’s remarks reiterate the policy direction of growth quality over speed. China is set to unveil the detailed reform plans at the 3rd plenary session of the 18th CPC central committee, starting on Nov. 9.

President Xi reiterates his support for innovation while visiting local companies in Hunan province.

President Xi reiterates his support for innovation while visiting local companies in Hunan province.


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