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China’s third plenum of the 18th Central Committee will be held Nov 9-12 in Beijing. As a big event in China, the gathering has grabbed the world’s attention. Given China’s economy has reached a crossroads that urgently needs for economic change, hopes are high that new Chinese leaders will launch reforms that can fundamentally change China, just as those from the third plenum of 11th Central Committee in 1978 that Deng Xiaoping announced the opening-up of China's economy. Will the meeting herald an economic revolution in China? What do you think should be the priorities on the government’s agenda?





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Post time 2013-11-5 23:26:13 |Display all floors
Unswervingly push forward reform and opening up,keep national economy sustainable grow is still the fundamental principle for the meeting,and urbanizaion,Hukou, fiscal/financial/tax land land reform will  be the top agenda for discussion .

More good news will come out but need we wait and see.

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Post time 2013-11-5 23:37:23 |Display all floors
Further increase the efficency of the state owned enterprise,expanding and activize the non-public economy, make balanced development will be also an important  topics in the meeting.

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Post time 2013-11-6 09:06:47 |Display all floors
Perhaps China needs to make rational decisions rather than bombastic ego boosting ones. Why the need to compare to the past? Its always easier to achieve success when one was on the wrong path but once on the right path it isn't about making the next wave, instead it is about sustaining the right path with acceptable progress. An example  - market forces means market forces, can one go further than that?China's environment is a mark of mishandling and mismanagement. It is about correcting these errors so that the success achieved can continue without hindrance. If corruption is a major problem address that issue with resolve with necessary political engineering. China may need to be more market driven internally, to be transparent, to remove comfort zones, it is a question how China balances and applies market forces with social discipline.

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Post time 2013-11-6 10:10:17 |Display all floors
I think the first things which should talk about are economy and education.How can we transform the style of economic development.We`ll wait...

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Post time 2013-11-6 10:48:21 |Display all floors
The #1 priority should be pushing ahead with the socialist phase of communism.
China is in a unique position to be the world leader in furthering humanity.
Increasing domestic demand for products to take the place of exports to a failing western economy
is another priority. This can be accomplished by what China has already set in motion. Encouraging
development of the vast areas in western China. Renewable energy is already planned to be a big
part of this. Western China will become the most advanced part of the world leaving the west
behind to fight over their soon to be worthless currency.
Socialism is the wave of the future. Capitalism has run its course.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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Post time 2013-11-6 10:55:39 |Display all floors
This post was edited by robert237 at 2013-11-5 18:56
snowipine Post time: 2013-11-5 07:26
Unswervingly push forward reform and opening up,keep national economy sustainable grow is still the ...

China has already gone through the phase of "opening up".
Anyone who cries out for more of this is identifying themselves as a western imperialist stooge.
To open up further is just another way of saying "Put China up for sale to the highest bidder in the west".
There is no other way to interpret this stupid "open up even further" phrase.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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