General Secretary Xi Jinping pointed out that this new era “will be an era that sees China moving closer to center stage and making greater contributions to mankind.”
In the 7th part of the report – Building Stronger Cultural Confidence and Helping Socialist Culture to Flourish – Xi specifically pointed out the need to “promote the development of cultural programs and industries” and set out guidelines for the development of China’s cultural industries
The four-day Seventh Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) concluded Saturday in Beijing with a communique issued.
An amendment to the Constitution of the Communist Party of China (CPC) was approved Tuesday, making Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era a new component of the Party’s guide for action, according to a resolution of the 19th CPC National Congress.
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Since the reform and opening up, generations of China’s best entrepreneurs have flourished in both internal and external markets through fierce competition, and have made a great contribution to China’s economic and social development. The fostering of entrepreneurial spirit will encourage the entrepreneurs to make even greater contributions and will also bring greater individual vitality.
China seized its opportunity at the end of last century to develop manufacturing industry when the third industrial revolution and globalization was in full swing, adding powerful fuel to China’s economic growth. Over four decades since the start of reform and opening up, China grew rapidly into the “world’s factory”, and “Made in China” began to bring its prominent cost advantage into play.