China’s promises matter – it delivers on its commitments

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    More than 2,000 years ago, Confucius said “Yan Bi Xin Xing Bi Guo,” which means “one must be true to their word and determined in their work.”

    China has remained true to the phrase throughout its development process.

    “The Chinese civilization emphasizes that ‘Word must be kept, promise must be delivered’ and ‘With dishonest people, reliability becomes questionable’,” said Chinese President Xi Jinping.

    How does China fulfill its commitments when implementing its five-year plans? By keeping its word in domestic and global affairs, what message does it deliver to the rest of the world? #XiQuotes

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    Xi Jinping has been the President of China since 2013 and General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and Chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC) since 2012.

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