CEOs of China's major firms on NPC and CPPCC

By Lu Na
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Yang Mianmian, president of Haier Group and an NPC deputy said China needs to change its development model to promote all-round, scientific and balanced development to not only grow the economy but also improve people's quality of life. Corporate social responsibility is a challenging standard that companies must live up to, but it is a mark of a truly competitive company, he said.

Wang Wenzhang, an associate professor of Peking University's Social Development Research Center says that leading state-owned firms are heavily represented in the NPC and CPPCC. Wang said they have the right to have their voices heard and to influence decisions concerning business. He said their participation in China's parliament will help revitalize the economy.

But he also said the NPC should keep its eye on the growing monopoly power of major state enterprises, adding that representatives of private enterprise and small and medium-sized enterprises should also have their voices heard in parliament. .

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