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Reform and opening-up key to modernization along Chinese path

China Daily | Updated: 2024-07-10 07:28

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Practice has proven that reform and opening-up are the source of vitality for China's development, an important weapon for the Party and people to catch up with the times, and the right way to uphold and develop socialism with Chinese characteristics.

Since the third plenary session of the 11th Communist Party of China Central Committee held in 1978 kicked off reform and opening-up, the Party and the Chinese people have overcome various difficulties and obstacles, and continuously pushed China's comprehensive national strength to a new level.

China is undergoing profound changes in its domestic and international environment, with a series of prominent contradictions and challenges having emerged. In November 2013, the third plenary session of the 18th CPC Central Committee opened up a new era of comprehensively deepening reform, promoting reform through overall system design.

A series of reform measures adopted in various fields over the past years have not only made the socialist system with Chinese characteristics more mature, but also significantly improved the country's governance system and governance capacity, and continuously enhanced people's sense of gains, happiness and security.

The country should continue to make good use of this weapon to push reform and opening-up in the new era to a higher level to advance the building of a strong socialist country and achieve the great national rejuvenation through modernization along the Chinese path.


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