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Research Report 2021 1st Issue: Will China’s Per Capita GDP Reach the Level of A Moderately Developed Country by 2035? - 2021-01-07
[Abstract] The Outline of the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025) for National Economic and Social Development and the Long-Range Objectives Through the Year 2035” (the Plan) has attracted attention from all walks of life at home and abroad after it was released. Recently, some experts and scholars have expressed their views on the prospects of certain goals of the “Plan”.
Research Report 2020 74th Issue: Supporting Chinese Innovative Enterprises to become World-Class Companies - 2020-12-23
[Abstract]Enterprises’ competitiveness reflects a country’s national strength. As Chinese high-tech and Internet companies such as Huawei and Tik Tok develop rapidly and become powerful competitors of the United States, the United States has abused national power to suppress these companies. During their recent fact-finding trip to TikTok’s headquarter, researchers of CCIEE felt the huge potential of Chinese companies. The next step is to accelerate the cultivation, promotion and protection of the core competitiveness of these enterprises, and firmly grasp the initiative in the competition between China and the United States in the high-tech field.
Research Report 2020 73rd Issue: Solving the Key Problems of the Domestic Economic Circulation - 2020-12-11
[Abstract]To smooth the domestic economic cycle, we must expand domestic demand, strive to break through the key blocking points of building a complete domestic demand system, and form a high-quality supply system to meet the strong domestic market.
Research Report 2020 72nd Issue: Policy Recommendations on Promoting the High-quality Development of the Corn Industry - 2020-12-11
[Abstract]In the medium and long-term, the supply of corn will meet the demand, but the development of the corn industry is still faced with problems such as insufficient investment in high-standard farmland, market chaos suppressing the research and development of better varieties, upgrading of agricultural machinery, low efficiency of crops. To solve the difficulties and other problems, we need to promote high-quality development of the corn industry.
Research Report 2020 71st Issue: Policy Recommendations on Dealing with Corn Price Rise - 2020-12-11
[Abstract]Since the beginning of this year, domestic corn prices have continued to rise, which has attracted wide attention. In order to gain a deeper understanding of the corn market, the research team of CCIEE conducted a fact-dinging trip to Jilin Province, China’s second major corn-producing province. The team believes that the price increase is due to the decline in inventory and the rebound in demand. In the short-term, there is still room for the price increase but in the long-term this is not the case. Farmers are optimistic about the price trend, but deep-processing enterprises are under great pressure to make a profit. We need to closely follow the market trend, make plans and adjustments accordingly.