The pain (of reform) is still there and is becoming more acute. The governmentis reforming itself. Vested interests will be upset. This is not nail-clipping but taking a knife to one’s own flesh. We are determined to keep going until the job is done.
Government power can only be used for public good not for personal gains.
I believe with the tail wind generated by our Internet Plus strategy, we will be able to bring Chinese economy off to a new level.
I believe there are a lot of people with brilliant talent among the people, and we must lift all the restrictions so they can bring their talent to best use.
We must ensure that the law will work as a powerful and effective tool in fighting pollution instead of being soft as cotton stick.
For leaders of a country, they, while inheriting the historical achievements made by their forefathers, also need to shoulder the historical responsibilities for crimes committed in the past.
Although the consumer price level has fallen quite low in China recently,the country is not the exporter of deflation to the world. Actually,China is “being deflated”.
Whether China has become the largest economy in the world? Actually I’ve heard such a view when I traveled abroad on foreign visits, but I always feel that there are someelements of misleading exaggeration in this conclusion.
China is still a developing country in every sense of this term.
Talking about China’s free riding, for such a big country as ours, how could it be easy for it to get a free ride on anybody’s train? What China is doing is working with other countries in pursuit of common progress.
China-US business ties will get even closer and it will put the overall China-US relationship on more solid footing.