“The Strategic Dimensions of Emirati–Chinese Relations”

“The Strategic Dimensions of Emirati–Chinese Relations”

  • 24 February 2016

From 1978 to 2008, the Chinese economy had miraculously maintained its average annual growth rate at 9.8 percent. However, due to the excessive attention paid towards increasing the growth rate, growing contradictions have accumulated in China’s economy—as represented in the imbalance due to the current lack of consistency and sustainability. As such, these contradictions constitute major obstacles to the future of China’s economic development.

Accordingly, His Excellency Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), is leading the Chinese people through a comprehensive transformative process. By launching a new development strategy to address the current situation, Jinping aims to overcome the aforementioned obstacles in addition to: accelerating the dynamics of development; improving living standards; raising the level of qualified citizens and the civilization of society; increasing environmental conservation efforts and sustaining an efficient ecological balance between man and nature; supporting equality and social justice; and complementing the socialist market economy system.

The Fifth Plenum of the 18th Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee has identified five developmental aspects of focus in a bid to set the future trajectory for the strategic transformation of China’s economy. The areas of focus include: innovative development, coordinated development, green development, open development and shared development. Once normalized, the Chinese economy will indeed provide even more significant contributions to the development of the global economy.

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Wednesday 24 February 2016

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Wednesday 24 February 2016

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