Four-Pronged Comprehensive Strategy
The Four-Pronged Comprehensive Strategy is to make comprehensive moves to:
1) finish building a moderately prosperous society;
2) deepen reform;
3) advance the law-based governance of China; and
4) strengthen Party self-discipline.
Two Centenary Goals
The Two Centenary Goals are: to finish building a moderately prosperous society in all respects by the time the Communist Party of China celebrates its centenary in 2021; and to turn China into a modern socialist country that is prosperous, strong, democratic, culturally advanced, and harmonious by the time the People’s Republic of China celebrates its centenary in 2049.
simultaneously deal with the slowdown in economic growth, make difficult structural adjustments, and absorb the effects of previous economic stimulus policies
We must focus on achieving the dual objectives of maintaining a medium-high rate of growth and moving toward a medium-high level of development.
We need to develop twin engines – popular entrepreneurship and innovation, and greater supplies of public goods and services – to drive development.
China’s economic development has entered a new normal, meaning we must adopt a new mindset.
Our tough stance on corruption is here to stay; our tolerance for corruption is zero, and anyone guilty of corruption will be dealt with severely.
We tackled many tough issues.
tiger in the road
Institutional and structural problems have become “tigers in the road” holding up development.
give (sb) a leg up to get (sb) going
Medium, small, and micro businesses can accomplish great things. We need to give them a leg up to get them going.
We have seen great numbers of makers giving expression to their talents.
develop maker spaces
Made in China 2025 strategy
Internet Plus Action Plan
principle of law-based taxation
maintain strategic focus
maintain sustainable economic growth
strengthen agriculture, benefit farmers, and raise rural living standards
a sound and stable framework for major-country relations
level the playing field for fair competition
develop a tightly woven and sturdy safety net
allow more financial resources to be channeled into the real economy
transform China from a manufacturer of quantity to one of quality
improve our ability to communicate effectively with international audiences
make structural tax reductions and cut fees across the board
take targeted measures to help people lift themselves out of poverty
invigorate the market to offset downward economic pressure
build up a basic safety net, ensure there is a cushion in place for those most in need, and make due institutional arrangements
Power is not to be used arbitrarily.