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Q: The Chinese economy has maintained a momentum of rapid growth while many other economies in the world have slumped. As far as China is concerned, what are the reasons behind such a contrast? Will China continue to maintain such strong momentum?
Q: China has recently advocated a "scientific concept of development." What is the concept aimed at? What problems can it solve?
Q: Following the strategy of developing China's western areas, the government put forward a national plan to revitalize old industrial bases in the Northeast of the country. What are the considerations behind the plan? What is the relationship between revitalization of the Northeast and the development China's western areas? What kinds of policy and finical support has the central government provided to the Northeast?
Q: In the early days of the reform and opening up, China decided to pursue the road of "common prosperity." But in fact, there is still a big gap between China's eastern and western areas in economic development and people's life. What are the causes for this disparity? In 2000, China proposed a strategy of developing the country's western regions. What is the emphasis of this strategy? In what aspects has the central government provided aid?
Q: Recently, some countries have accepted China's market economy status. But why haven't many other countries accepted this status? What is the basis of China's proposal to become a market economy country?
Q: In recent years, the Chinese economy has been increasing every year at a rapid speed. However, under such an inspiring economic situation, why does China always emphasize awareness of anxiety? What are the serious problems in China's economic situation at present?
Q: In the 1980s, China put forward the three-step development strategy of the country's modernization drive. What is the aim of each step? After the strategy is realized, how will China have changed?
Q: In the relationship between reform, development and stability, why does China always emphasize stability? How should these relationships be handled? How did China manage to realize rapid social and economic developments while maintaining social stability?
Q: After the new China was founded in 1949, the country started its march on socialist road. Why did China put forward the policy of reform and opening to the outside world in 1978? At present, many countries are trying to carry out reforms, but their results differ. Compared to reforms in other countries, how did the Chinese reform achieve successes?
Q: Since 2003, the Chinese economy has experienced another period of overheating. What are the causes of this? People from other countries have expressed concern about negative consequences in the aftermath of macro control policies adopted by the government. What kind of measures will the Chinese Government take to avoid negative impacts?
Q: After the People's Republic of China (PRC) was founded in 1949, China adopted the mechanism of a centralized planned economy. Now China has defined its goal of instituting a socialist market economy with Chinese characteristics in its reform and opening to the outside world. What is a socialist market economy and how is it different from the market economy of capitalist countries?
Q: In 1978, after 30 years on the socialist road, China created the theory of "primary stage of socialism." Why was this theory created? What are the contents and basis?
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