A spokesperson for the 14th National Committee of the 14th Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference said China’s State Political Advisor believes the country’s economy remains resilient, full of potential and vitality. Stated.
Despite the complex and challenging development environment, China has solid strengths in market size, industrial system and human resources, Guo Weimin said at a press conference.
Guo cautioned against headwinds such as continued turmoil in the international political and economic situation, spillover effects from policy adjustments in other major economies, and a still uncertain domestic economic recovery. He said he was confident of doing a good job in economic activity in 2019.
“Stabilizing growth, effectively improving the economy and expanding appropriately should be the top priority,” he said.
Last year, China’s economy grew by 3%, overcoming the impact of unexpected factors such as the complex global environment, COVID-19, and natural disasters.
A spokesperson said it was a difficult achievement for the country to maintain overall economic stability and withstand the pressure to take the economy to a new stage.
“The country’s political advisers are proposing to take concrete reform moves to raise expectations and boost confidence,” he told reporters.
Citing advice from members of the CPPCC National Committee, Guo said the strategy of boosting domestic demand should continue to be implemented to accelerate recovery and boost consumption.
Efforts should be made to promote the stable and healthy development of the real estate sector and promote the industry’s transformation to new development models, he pointed out.
He also proposed stronger policy guidance to facilitate the digital transformation of traditional industries and SMEs, and deepening reforms to enable financial institutions to better serve SMEs and innovation. bottom.
Source: Xinhua News Agency