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"Since the initiation of China’s reform and opening-up in 1978, it has achieved an annual average 9.5 per cent growth rate, increasing almost 35 times in size within the last four decades. There is no precedent in history of such sustained economic growth. This could not have been possible without political stability, a visionary leadership and strong institutions of the state."

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The rise of China is surely an amazing story, and its record in poverty reduction is without parallel in human history.  There are lessons to learn from the country’s Great Leap Forward. The transformation of a country with around one fifth of the world’s population could not have come without the Communist Revolution in 1949 that destroyed the regressive social structure, thereby paving the way for a second revolution which led to phenomenal economic growth.

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Chine=Economic Superpower

Forty years ago, at a meeting of top Communist Party officials in Beijing, Deng Xiaoping began the process of turning China into a market-driven economy. That landmark moment changed the economic course of the world and created what has been called the largest wealth creation in history. Millions of farmers became factory workers and entrepreneurs, building a manufacturing powerhouse that lifted some 700 million people out of poverty.   
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Saul Post time: 2019-1-9 22:45
Chine=Economic Superpower

Forty years ago, at a meeting of top Communist Party officials in Beijing ...

The principles enunciated by Deng guided Chinese policy since the 1980s. According to him, there are three criteria to judge whether or not a political system or policy is suitable or correct for a country, namely; is it beneficial for political stability, economic development and living standards? If it is for all three, then it is a good system or policy.
With its phenomenal scale of economic growth, China also focused on improving the lives of ordinary Chinese people. The enormous improvement in living standards is, therefore, the most important achievement China has made since the reform and opening-up. For a country with huge numbers of poor people streaming into its cities, many ­living initially in conditions of abject misery, this has been an extraordinary success.

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dostoevskydr Post time: 2019-1-9 21:08
The principles enunciated by Deng guided Chinese policy since the 1980s. According to him, there a ...

No denying China's status as an economic superpower.
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Saul Post time: 2019-1-10 21:40
No denying China's status as an economic superpower.

Why "no denying" instead of coming straight out and say, "We hereby re-affirm....."?

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wchao37 Post time: 2019-1-11 03:51
Why "no denying" instead of coming straight out and say, "We hereby re-affirm....."?

6 or half dozen, same thing.
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