The goal of close to 7.5% growth, reforms to the financial, administrative and tax system, more the accepting of allowing a decisive role in the market, are some of the Chinese premises of the 2014
China pledged to maintain economic growth and set its growth target of around 7.5 percent, while going ahead with economic reforms. The Chinese Premier Li Keqiang stressed the government's plans for this year at the opening of the annual session of the National People, the country's top legislature Assembly.
China is the center of attention when the government announces its plan of work for 2014. This is the first work report Premier Li Keqiang, since the new government took office in 2013. In his speech to the nearly three thousand members of China's top legislature, Li sent a clear message of deepening reform.
The reform aims the administrative, financial and tax systems, land registration and family and social welfare.
The Chinese premier pledged to make better use of government structures and allow markets to play a "decisive" role.
An important aspect of change is China's success in transforming the growth pattern for an enhanced investment and expanding exports to domestic consumption-driven model. The Chinese government is determined to curb air pollution with the introduction of stricter emissions controls.
Li noted that "fully apply the basic strategy of government based on the law, to act according to the law in all the work of the government and we will be guided by the law of thought and action in fulfilling our duty."
Li stressed that the government mercilessly punish corruption with a number of new initiatives that will expose violations at all levels. He added that living up to the expectations of the people in the fight against corruption will continue to be the most difficult task.
In the next two weeks, legislators in the NPC study the report on government work and make suggestions and vote for national policies.