The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China is in full swing after a comprehensive report and action plan for the next five years and beyond was expounded by the Party's General Secretary Xi Jinping at the opening session.
The following is a transcript of an interview with Pakistanis Ambassador to China Masood Khalid on China’s economic development on the occasion of the ongoing 19th Party Congress.
Chinese national thoughts, expectations and judgments were always in categories not for a year or for a five-year period, but for decades and centuries. However, the reality is changing so rapidly that new types of plans are needed. Not just short-term and medium-term plans, but really working and effective plans and programs.
The Communist Party of China’s week long Congress, that is held once every 5 years since the 11th Communist Party of China (CPC) Congress in 1977, just kicked off its 19th gathering of the top leadership and the delegates of the base of the 90 million strong CPC.
China's Green Development Policy is top on the list of agendas being discussed at the 19th session of the National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
Interview with Dr. Zweli Mikhize, the Treasurer-General of the ANC, SA
Communist Party of China Central Committee General Secretary Xi Jinping has announced a major transition in the country's development strides. The leader announced a two-stage approach for developing China into a "great modern socialist country" from 2020 to the middle of the 21st Century.
China has come a long way in a very short time and the best part is that, it is predicted to go even further with the overhauling of its engine in the form of reforms and the Belt and Road initiative.
The task of the President of China is hard. At the domestic level, the elimination of poverty remains his highest priority. From 1978 to 2016, approximately730 million Chinese people have been lifted out of poverty.
The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China is right now being held in Beijing. The decisions made here, will have a major impact on the next 5 years of China's development and on how China wants to cooperate with other countries and markets.
In historical documents and fiction, Luoyang is depicted as a mighty political center just like Beijing.
The eyes of the world will turn to China as the Communist Party of China (CPC) will hold its 19th national congress, at which the CPC will unveil new leadership and set a blueprint for national development for the next five years and beyond.
In a fast-evolving world where business edge is the norm, there is no gainsaying that the rule of law not only attracts and assures foreign investors, but also improves the country's political standing.
Realizing the intensity needed to create a system to root-out corruption is one of the key steps toward sustainable progress. China knows this very well.
China's legal construction has made notable achievements in promoting the rule of law by firmly taking the socialist road of the rule of law with Chinese characteristics and firmly advancing the law-based governance of the country.
The BRICS summit is undoubtedly the biggest international event after the G20 summit as it holds the pulse of international cooperation within the developing world.
China's hosting of the World Robotics Conference comes as no surprise. After all, China has been the world's largest market for industrial robots for five years, accounting for over 30 percent of the global market.