5th plenum of CPCCC

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The Communist Party of China held a Central Committee plenary session in Beijing from October 15 to 18, prompting speculation from overseas media on possible changes in China's political landscape and leadership.

The Fifth Plenary Session of the 17th CPC Central Committee (CPCCC) is of great importance and will have a far-reaching influence on China in terms of both its economy and its politics, analysts say.


Highlights: Proposals for the 12th Five-Year Program

Review: China's major progress in past 5 years

Full text: Communique of the 5th Plenum of CPCCC



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Hu advocates " inclusive growth"

"Inclusive growth," a term coined by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in 2007, is beginning to draw the public's attention in China after President Hu Jintao outlined the concept in a recent speech. [Full Story]

China vows "active participation" in int'l economic governance

China stresses further expansion of domestic consumption

• China at key stage of reform, development

No redistribution, no 'Xiaokang'

•  Wen: Housing price to be kept reasonable

•  More investment urged to flow to central regions

•  Plan Key to sustainable growth

•  Trade surplus to shrink for rest of year

•  Opinion: Inclusive growth, a development perspective in China

12th Five-Year Plan

Plenum to tackle 12th Five-Year Plan

During the meeting to be presided by CPC Central Committee General Secretary Hu Jintao, the top leadership is set to study suggestions on the 12th Five-Year Plan for National Economic and Social development.

It is acknowledged that the 12th Five-Year Plan period is strategically significant. The meeting will focus on addressing major current issues that hinders the sound development. [Full Story]

Sustained growth difficult to achieve

CPC approves proposals for formulating development plan for next five years
CPC to make "vigorous yet steady" efforts to promote political restructuring
China to launch new round of reform for good governance
CPC sees next five years as critical for national prosperity

China's water resources imbalances to aggravate
China to deepen reform of cultural sector over next 5 years

• Previous Five-Year Plan:  China mapping out development guidelines


 Other Highlights

Crackdown on corruption in government works urged

A senior anti-corruption official of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has called for serious investigations and harsh penalties to root out corruption in government-contracted construction projects. [Full Story]

•  Taking a tougher stance on food safety

•  China on target to achieve green goals

•  Family planning policy to continue

Special Coverage

 Shenzhen 30 Years  • NPC & CPPCC 2010  • 60th Anniversary of PRC



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