Chinese leaders should rethink the country's reform package amid changing global and domestic situations and take "quicker and radical" steps to move toward a market-oriented economy by 2020, said a senior political advisor.
State Councilor Liu Yandong said China would continue to apply the experience gained in its 30-year reform and opening up drive and adhere to a scientific, peaceful, harmonious and coordinated development.
My experiences of China's reform
Great changes have taken place since then, from household life to the national strength, from the political field to the economic, sports, cultural, and social fields.Full
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