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China’s top legislature concluded its 11-day annual plenary session on Wednesday after adopting a number of key documents, paving the way for the country’s development in the coming year.
President Xi Jinping urged Northeast China on Tuesday to depend on the real economy and push forward supply-side structural reform to revitalize the region’s economic growth, which has slowed in recent years with overcapacity cuts in heavy industries.
President Xi Jinping said China will continue to open up in all respects, particularly in further liberalizing and facilitating trade and investment, while calling on Sunday for Shanghai to take a leading role in deepening reform and boosting innovation.
China will “stabilize and improve its macroeconomic policies” and deepen reforms to achieve its economic and social development goals this year, according to a statement released after a key meeting on Tuesday.
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, has underscored governing the country by both law and virtue, in order to modernize the State governance system and its capabilities.
As China announced the appointment of a new finance minister on Monday, analysts said major fiscal policies will not change and the country can use more policy tools to help anchor its economic growth.