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Xi Jinping vows no stop in reform, opening up (2)


08:08, December 12, 2012

Photo released on Dec. 11, 2012 shows Xi Jinping (3rd R), general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the CPC Central Military Commission (CMC), visits an assembly workshop at the Zhuhai base of China Aviation Industry General Aircraft Co., Ltd. (CAIGA) in Zhuhai, south China's Guangdong Province. Xi made an inspection tour in Guangdong from Dec. 7 to 11. (Xinhua/Lan Hongguang)

"We came here to revere the statue of Deng Xiaoping to show that we'll unswervingly push forward reform and opening up and strive to achieve new progress, new breakthroughs and new steps in boosting reform and opening up and the country's modernization drive," he said.

Xi planted a lofty fig tree before leaving the park.

During his trip, Xi reiterated, "Reform and opening up was a great awakening in the CPC's history."

This "great awakening" gave rise to both the theories and the practices of the new era, he said.

Xi hailed reform and opening up as "the source of vitality" in the development of modern China, as well as "a magic tool" for the Party and the Chinese people to use to keep pace with the times.

"Reform and opening up is the only route that must be taken to adhere to and develop socialism with Chinese characteristics," he said.

Xi stressed that China's reform has come to a juncture where it will be more complicated to tackle difficult issues, and the CPC should deepen reform in vital fields with more political courage and wisdom in a timely manner.

Deepening reform and opening up requires firm confidence, consensus, comprehensive planning and coordinated steps, Xi said.

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