A review of the Communist Party of China’s key annual meeting and what it means for businesses.
This year's Plenum meeting of China’s key leadership body, the Central Committee, wrapped up in Beijing on October 29. Buoyed by China’s containment of COVID-19 and a positive economic outlook, the meetings laid out a framework for the country’s economic development over the next five years, focusing on technological innovation, national strength, ‘self-reliance’ and the domestic market. The Plenum also agreed to a strategic vision towards 2035, at which stage, it is planned, China will have joined the ranks of ‘moderately wealthy nations’.
Read our report on the Plenum and what it means for businesses engaging with China.