After a four-day meeting in Beijing, the Communist Party’s Central Committee unveiled its vision for the next five years. And also, what it expects the country to achieve by 2035.
There will be a focus on the economy, building a more prosperous society and with more self-reliance.
CGTN’s Zheng Yibing has the details.
- Einar Tangen is a current affairs commentator.
- Qinduo Xu is a Senior Fellow at the Pangoal Institution and host of CGTN’s Dialogue Weekend.
- Yan Liang is a professor of economics at Willamette University.
- Jeff Moon is an International Trade and Government Affairs Consultant.
#China, in its 14th 5-year Plan, vowed to pull GDP per capita up to that of “moderately developed countries” by 2035, an ambitious task that will require the nation to triple its current level, putting it roughly on a par with South Korea and Spain. @WSJ https://t.co/5GJB1yPKOC
— CSIS Chinese Business & Economics (@CSISCBE) October 29, 2020
China unveils the first glimpses of its economic plans for the next five years, with a focus on "quality" instead of speed https://t.co/XzelAHd34q
— Bloomberg (@business) October 29, 2020