Expert Interprets CPC's Reform Package
   2013-11-19 21:40:00    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Mao

The four-day key meeting of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which wrapped up on Saturday, has passed through a draft decision on China's comprehensively deepening reform. Zhou Tianyong, deputy director of the International Institute for Strategic Studies of the Central Party School, deliberated on the CPC's overall deployment in the next decade.

Zhou says there are both highlights and barriers on the Party's determined movement.

Firstly, the reforms are an overall comprehensive and concerted "revolution" in China; secondly, they will lay out a long-term program mechanism for the next seven years. Last, but not least, the reform package will bring breakthroughs, according to Zhou.

While expressing high optimism for the reforms, the deputy director also acknowledged that obstacles exist in enacting concrete measures.

Zhou points out that the first obstacle comes from the hindrance of some interest groups who would inevitably lose their benefits in the face of the coming changes; then, some systems that are going to open up need to be uniform with international standards; last, people's ideology should keep pace with the speed of reform, and reach consensus with the CPC's decision.

Referring to economic system reform, Zhou considers the key point is making sure the market plays a "more decisive role" in China's economy. Another breakthrough is that private capital will be allowed into sectors of the economy that are mainly controlled by state-owned capital in order to invigorate China's private sector.

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