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CPC Political Bureau urges applying scientific outlook on development
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07:07, January 24, 2009

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The Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee held a meeting Friday to study the application of the scientific outlook on development.

The meeting was chaired by the General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee Hu Jintao who is also Chinese President.

In a statement issued after the meeting, the Political Bureau urged all Party members to deepen study and application of the scientific outlook on development to promote economic growth, social stability, and the governance capacity of the CPC.

The top priority of the application of the scientific outlook on development had always been to maintain fast and steady economic development, to adjust the country's industrial structure and to safeguard and improve the livelihood of the Chinese people, the statement said.

However, it noted that China still faced a number of challenges and problems during its social and economic development.

Currently, the spreading global financial crisis and the slowdown of world economic growth had exerted great pressure on business operations of Chinese companies and the country's employment situation, the statement said.

Moreover, the environmental cost for China's economic development was too high, the statement said, adding that the country's industrial structure remained problematic and lacked independent innovation capacity.

It also said China had witnessed increasing difficulty in maintaining steady development of its agricultural sector and in increasing income of its rural residents.

Work safety, food and drug safety, and other issues of vital interest to the Chinese public must also be addressed with stepped-up efforts, it said.

The statement urged all Party members to apply the scientific outlook on development to their work to deal with the global financial crisis and maintain steady economic growth.

Party members should be fully confident while implementing government policies aimed at stimulating domestic demands and promoting economic growth, it said.

Source: Xinhua

http://paper.people.com.cn/rmrb/html/2009-01/24/content_182394.htm



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