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Studio interview: Challenges in China's development

10-21-2010 14:09 BJT Special Report:CPC Central Committee Holds 5th Plenum |

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We're now joined by Professor Tao Wenzhao, from Tsinghua University, for more insight on China's 12th 5-year plan. Hello Professor Tao,

Q1, Can you first talk about the challenges that China is facing right now in its development?

Q2, A few measures were announced during the past 2 days, and some key objectives have been outlined. As we mentioned earlier, Chinese leaders have pledged to put "people first". Why do you think this idea has been stressed this time?

Q3, In your opinion, which direction is the next 5-year plan leading China to? Will there be any significant changes lying ahead for China?

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV

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