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Former top legislator's writing on macroeconomics published


08:08, June 26, 2012

BEIJING, June 25 (Xinhua) -- Central Party Literature Press and China Electric Power Press have jointly published a compilation of writings on macroeconomics by Li Peng, former chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC).

"Li Peng on Macroeconomics" contains 277 reports, speeches, conversation records, articles and notes by Li dating from 1984 to 2006. Some of the documents are being made public for the first time, according to the publishers.

The book traces the process of Li's participation in the decision-making and management of key economic affairs while he worked with leading Party and government officials, the publishers said.

It reflects Li's thoughts on establishing a socialist market economy system and balancing reform, development and stability, as well as accelerating the NPC's economic legislation, the publishers said.

The book is expected to help officials and civilians to boost their understanding of the country's reform and opening-up and promote the transformation of China's economic growth mode, the publishers said.


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