March 5, 2021
“China” is targeting more than 6% of its economy this year, fueled by the success of controlling COVID-19 to zero CO2 emissions by 2060.
TheMeeting of the National People’s Congress of China (NPC) Or “Quan Guo Renta”, the 13th series, the 4th, opened today (March 5), which is the meeting afterNational Political Advisory Council Meeting (CPPCC) on 3 Mar. Collectively called theTwo council meetingsAnnual one of the most important agenda in the political calendar ofChina It is the highest state power mechanism to pass laws, approve policies and formulate strategic planseconomy And society of China
This year Prime Minister Li Keqiang Reported to the meeting of the NPC Council, set a target for the expansion of the Chinese economy. Growth of 6.0-6.5% in 2019 due to the impact of the Sino-U.S. Trade war And the soaring public debt problem Including the COVID-19 situation
“These efforts will give us a good start during the 14th National Economic and Social Development Plan (2021-2025) and welcome the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China. Outstanding development, ”said Li.
The Chinese government has announced that it will increase its defense budget by 6.8 percent this year to 1.35 trillion yuan ($ 2.09 billion). This marks the sixth consecutive year that the defense budget expands at a single-digit rate. The Chinese government’s report states that China‘s defense budget accounts for only a quarter of the US defense budget, which is $ 7.405 billion for fiscal year 2021. As China has the world‘s second largest economy and the largest population in the world. Defense spending per capita of the Chinese population by 2021 will be under RMB 1,000.
– One country, two systems
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said China would take steps to prevent and combat foreign interference in Hong Kong-related issues. Amidst Western criticism of China putting pressure on democracy in Hong Kong,The Chinese government will improve the systems. Relating to the constitution and basic laws of Hong Kong
– Country Green
The Chinese government has pledged to ramp up efforts to reach its maximum carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2030 and then reduce CO2 emissions to zero by 2060.
“Humanity can no longer ignore the alarms of nature. And may not use resources without investment for conservation As well as the use of resources without restoration China will achieve its goal of reducing CO2 emissions to zero before 2060, which is the most important push for global warming policy in years, ”President Xi said.
In addition, the Chinese leader said. China was able to achieve that goal. It will help reduce global heat by 0.2-0.3 degrees Celsius in this century.