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Meeting the Press
Cover Stories Series 2011> NPC & CPPCC Sessions Wrap-Up> Meeting the Press
UPDATED: March 21, 2011 NO. 12 MARCH 24, 2011
Premier Wen Meets the Press

'Development paradigm'

After more than 30 years of reform and opening up, China has achieved rapid development in economic and social fields, and the lives of the Chinese people have been remarkably improved. These achievements have been widely recognized. I believe the Chinese people have also seen that the Chinese Government is taking serious steps to address the challenges and problems in China's economic and social development. China's economy has now become the second largest in the world. But at the same time, we are also fully aware that China remains a developing country with a large population, a weak economic foundation, and uneven development.

We have embarked on the development path that fits China's national conditions. The features of this development path are as follows: First, we will focus on economic construction and vigorously promote economic development and social progress; second, we will continue to put people's interests first, and strive for comprehensive, coordinated and sustainable development; third, we will continue to promote social fairness and justice, and maintain social stability and harmony; and fourth, we will protect the democratic rights of the people, promote their all-around development, and give further play to the initiative and creativity of the people.

China is still exploring the best ways of reform and development. We have never seen our own development path can serve as a paradigm for other countries.

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