Chinese leaders, non-CPC elite
discuss 13th Five-year Plan
Editor: Chen Yue 丨Xinhua
10-31-2015 11:46 BJT
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BEIJING, Oct. 30 (Xinhua) -- Chinese leaders met
non-communist and business chiefs to listen to their
opinions on the 13th Five-year Plan proposal approved at
Thursday's plenary session.
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of
China (CPC) Central Committee, presided over the meeting on
August 21, attended by leaders of democratic parties such as
Jiusan Society and China Democratic League, the All-China
Federation of Industry and Commerce (ACFIC) and economist
Justin Yifu Lin, representative of non-party personages,
Xinhua learnt from the CPC Central Committee on Friday.
Central leaders Li Keqiang, Yu Zhengsheng and Zhang Gaoli
were also present.
The attendees said they backed the central leadership's
proposals but made suggestions on various issues concerning
the economic growth target, poverty alleviation, the aging
population and green development.
Xi said the central leadership would seriously consider
He stressed that the plan must focus on the goal of
completing the building of a moderately prosperous society.
China will face up to a lot of new situations and problems
from 2016 to 2020, chief among them being the plateauing
economy, the president noted.
Adapting to this "new normal" and sustaining healthy
economic and social development is crucial, he said.
The proposal highlighted five development ideas,
"innovation, coordination, the environment, opening up and
sharing," and all must be implemented if China is to be
successful, according to Xi.
He urged members of non-CPC parties, the ACFIC and
personages without party affiliation to pool wisdom and
strength for the formation of the plan.
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