China’s economy ‘integrated’ with global economy

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Our Correspondent December 20, 2016

ISLAMABAD: Chinese Vice Minister International Department of CPC Central Committee Zheng Xiaosong on Tuesday said that the Chinese economy is deeply integrated with the global economy, therefore the Communist Party of China aimed not only the pace of development but also its quality.

Chinese policies are rooted in providing ‘dynamism for growth’, Zheng told delegates at a seminar organised by the Pakistan-China Institute (PCI).

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He gave an overview of the policies in and practices of China, including highlighting the positive contributions made by the CPC in their country. He expressed a great desire at sharing their expertise with Pakistan.

“China’s rapid development has been very attention-grabbing, with China having a GDP of more than $10 trillion and being the second largest economy in the world,” Zheng said.

He pointed out that great emphasis was laid on ensuring China’s economic growth does not come at the expense of the environment and that the country’s remarkable progress is because of its openness to the outside world. He emphasised that China’s development must not be achieved in isolation from the rest of the world, but must, rather, be viewed as an opportunity.

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Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on CPEC Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed Senator Mushahid lauded CPC’s governance for bringing ‘stability and prosperity to the world’s most populous country’.

He praised the role of the communist party in taking the 700 million people of China out of poverty within a generation.

He added the CPC was playing a positive role in building a 21st Century multipolar world based on rule of law and the UN Charter, opposing hegemony and interference in external affairs.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 21st, 2016.


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