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Selections

How Long Can the Chinese Economy Continue to Grow?

Since the year 2010, there has been a marked rise in global interest over where China’s economy will go in the future.

Creating an Ecological Civilization

As the old Chinese proverb goes, “To return a kindness with gratitude is a good deed, the act of an upright man; to treat a kindness with ingratitude is a bad deed, the act of a petty man.” These words, “good” and “bad,” “gratitude” and “ingratitude,” have long been the most fundamental criteria for judging the morality and action of an individual.

Seeking Truth from Facts: The Secret to the Success of China’s Policy-Making

To understand a country as complicated as China, one must delve into China’s complex national conditions, history, and national policies, and seek to identify both the core elements affecting change in the country and the key forces influencing its long-term development.

China’s Democracy in Practice

There are some people in the West who claim that there is no democracy in China, and that China is ruled under a so-called authoritarian system.

The Orientation of China’s Monetary Policy

To cope with complex and unpredictable economic environments both domestically and internationally, and in response to the impact of the international financial crisis, China has flexibly adjusted its monetary policy, comprehensively utilized various policy tools, and correctly determined the key aspects, the intensity, and the timing of its macroeconomic regulation.

China’s Democracy in Practice

There are some people in the West who claim that there is no democracy in China, and that China is ruled under a so-called authoritarian system.

Fairness Is the Basic Spirit of Democracy

At present, a large number of people are criticizing crony capitalism. But, in fact, according to the ideas of Charles Louis de Secondat Montesquieu (1689-1755), upon which Western politics are founded, Western democracy has been crony capitalism from the very beginning.

Adjusting the Distribution of National Income to Avoid the “Middle-Income Trap”

China’s status as a middle-income country was firmly established in the year 2010 when the country’s GDP per capita exceeded the US$4,000 mark.

Public Land Ownership: A Key to Explaining the China Miracle

With only 7% of the world’s cultivated land, China has managed to lead 22% of the world’s population onto the path of modernization, turning itself into a middle-income country within the space of just decades.

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Chinese premier urges China, Africa to enhance media cooperation