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Chinese senior leaders visit exhibition on progress


20:51, October 30, 2012

President Hu Jintao and other senior leaders visit an exhibition in Beijing that showcases China's progress in political, economic, cultural and ecological spheres over the past decade.

The exhibition, entitled "Scientific Development and Splendid Achievements", is scheduled to run from this Friday until late November at the Beijing Exhibition Center.

It intends to illustrate the country’s achievements, including the holding of the 2008 Beijing Olympics and 2010 Shanghai Expo, as well as its increasing grain output, reforms in the cultural industry and urban and rural social insurance.

During the visit, President Hu hailed the achievements in reforms and the construction of socialist modernization since the 16th CPC National Congress. The president said he hopes China continues to push forward its scientific development, promote social harmony, and improve people’s livelihoods and interests.


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