China aims to raise GDP to 6% by 2021 China, which initially confirmed the Kovid plague, is trying to recover from the crisis caused by the restrictions imposed to control the disease. As part of this, it aims to increase GDP to six per cent. It was only 2.3 per cent last year. At the National People’s Congress, the Chinese parliament, Prime Minister Li Keqiang said he would work for reform, innovation and high-quality development to boost GDP.
The six-day annual session of the Chinese parliament began on Friday. The conference will also approve key economic agendas, including the 14th Five Year Plan and the Long Term Development Plan for 2035. Top leaders of the Chinese Communist Party, including President Xi Jinping, also attended the inaugural meeting.
Defense Budget – Three times India
China has raised its defense budget to $ 209 billion. This is three times India’s defense budget ($ 657 billion). At the same time, China accounts for only a quarter of the U.S. defense budget. This is an increase of 6.8 per cent over the previous year. “Last year was a great success for the Chinese military,” he said in a report to parliament.
Wang Chen, vice chairman of the Standing Committee on Hong Kong, told the House that the committee that would elect the Hong Kong leader would elect a few more members to the local assembly.
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