A key Party meeting announced goals regarding modernization of the socialist system and capacity for governance in the coming decades, a topic to be further discussed by the Party’s senior officials at a four-day session next week.
Fierce political struggle and reshuffle in the CCP leadership are among the topics for debate beyond the CCP.
The state-run China Daily says today that as the top Party leadership prepares for session, the nation’s advantages in socialist system are urged to be used to improve governance.
The CCP claims that in maintaining sustained, stable and rapid development of the national economy, the Communist Party of China and the Chinese government have always started from issues that most concern people’s interests. They have consistently adhered to accelerating social construction with focus on people’s well-being, with the underlying principle being the development relies on the people and its result must be shared with them.
In a People’s Daily editorial, the just-concluded 6th World Internet Conference (WIC) was seen as an embodiment of China’s devotion to jointly promoting global governance in cyberspace and building a community with a shared future in cyberspace with various countries around the world.
The Paper said changes brought to the world by the new round of technological revolution were felt everywhere in Wuzhen.
With the notorious Great Firewall blocking the spread of truths, it is a total shame for the propaganda machine to tell that “China’s proposal of jointly build a community with a shared future in cyberspace is increasingly becoming the common goal for various parties.”
On Thursday while presiding over a group study session of the CCP Central Committee Political Bureau, President Xi Jinping has underscored the important role of blockchain technology in the new round of technological innovation and industrial transformation, urging more efforts to quicken development in the sector.
Xi stressed that blockchain technology should be used to elevate the connectivity among cities regarding information, capital, talent and credit investigation to a larger scale.
Exhibits from around the world are being transported to Shanghai for the second China International Import Expo (CIIE), which is scheduled to take place from November 5 to 10, according to local media.
According to the CIIE Bureau, the second CIIE has attracted more than 3,000 enterprises from 150 countries and regions. But sadly, most major Western Industrial countries will be absent for active participation, including the United States.
While China is expected to have great difficulties to meet the year’s job creation target, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security said on Monday that the overall employment situation will remain stable in the fourth quarter as the country has taken powerful measures to stabilize employment.
The Ministry admits that it has to “intensify efforts to support key groups such as college graduates, people who look to change jobs, laid-off workers, and rural migrant workers to starting businesses, by putting into practice relevant policies on guaranteed start-up loans, rewards and subsidies for startup incubation bases, and subsidies for startups.”
In response to Vice president Mike Pence’s speech on US-China relations, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a press briefing that Pence’s speech made Thursday revealed his “sheer arrogance and hypocrisy” and was full of political bias and lies.
We are expecting more discussions on the impact of Pence’s speech and how Beijing reacts with more actions or just words.
By Winnie Troppie