What challenges does China’s reform face in 2007? – Wu Jinglian

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The important tasks for China’s reform this year is to transfer the mode of economic growth whereas the fundamental way to respond to its challenges is precisely to go on advancing the reform and opening up. This is a gist of the ace economist ’s exclusive interview with People’s Daily reporter Li Xia, in which Wu enunciated, among other issues, the priority and difficult points of the reform in 2007, a year in which the development concepts set by the Communist Party of China (CPC) in its 16th National Congress five years ago will be carried out in an all-round way and the 17th Party National Congress will be convened. The questions and answers of the interview are as follows: [Full Text]

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