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2018-12-08 10:25:02 340 ℃

Cai Wei: The potential economic growth rate is still 6% enough

The potential economic growth rate should not return to 10%, let alone 8%, but it is compatible with today's potential growth capacity, 6 % or slightly higher speed is enough, otherwise our ten years of lessons will be wasted.

De Villepin: Financial technology dominance shifts to China

In the past decade, digital services have become the new frontier of the economy, and financial technology has become the connection point between the digital and financial economy. Intensified market competition. There is another more complicated phenomenon that deserves our attention. It is that the dominance of financial technology is gradually shifting from the United States to China.

Wang Zhaoxing: Improve financial openness and build a more efficient and stable financial system

Liu Shijin: Infrastructure investment has exceeded demand peaks

The next three years will grow 6.3% will be the first 100-year target, after which the medium-speed growth platform may be adjusted to 5-6%. Infrastructure real estate investment has passed the peak of historical demand, appropriately lowering growth expectations and shifting to high quality development.

Li Tie: The development goal of Chongli should be consistent with Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei.

Too much to pursue the development goal of the ceremony, not only how to meet the Winter Olympics, but more How to better match the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei metropolitan area, how to be more consistent with Beijing's consumer psychology, how to more consistent with the market, how to more consistent with the law of urban development, this is the welfare of the people of Chongli, is the future of Chongli. Seeking the image and visual beauty of the city greatly reduces the inclusiveness of the city. A considerable part of the prefecture-level cities, because of the promotion of real estate construction, led to excessive infrastructure costs, the development of the service industry lags behind, and the exclusion of foreign population.