Nov. 2: Weibo voices on the 18th CPC National Congress

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The following are weibo on posted on November 2, 2012.

@Ren Zhiqiang: After a delightful dinner, we are all full of hope for the 18th CPC Party Congress. Self-discipline and reform efforts from the top will foster a new round of change in social morality. The first step in reform should focus on eliminating special privileges. Honest and upright officials could lower the barrier between the government and the people, create trust and rebuild faith in reform. Turning hope from the 18th Party Congress into reality before the 19th Party Congress is critical.

@Kang Xiaoyang: The 18th CPC Party Congress is without doubt good for the economy and the stock market. Political stability has eliminated uncertainty from the market. However, what expectations do we have from the new administration? Will it follow past policy trends or will it have a long-term vision and learn from past setbacks and experiences? Over the past decade, we witnessed rapid economic growth as well as severe resource and human overdraft. Future policy choices will decide the fate of the country, the economy and of course the stock market.

@Jin Di Joanna: U.S. manufacturing companies in China are planning to take their high-end technologies and high-profit manufacturing back home. Meanwhile, low-end manufacturers are also transferring operations to Southeast Asian countries where costs are much lower. What should the Chinese manufacturing industry do? Should the Chinese government roll out more policies that can benefit the real economy?

@Wang Xiangping: The 18th CPC Party Congress is an important event for China. Please give more attention to population policies and income distribution policies. Please improve pension and other social security systems. Please deepen health-care reforms. Please increase investments in education… Since Party Congress representatives are public servants, they should think of the people and serve the people. I dare to ask whether or not do special classes have special benefits? If they do, could you reduce these privileges? Maybe just by a little bit?

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