CPC Leadership: The indispensable precondition of the ‘China model’

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    CGTN anchor Wang Guan sat down with Yan Xuetong, dean of the Institute of International Relations at Tsinghua University. Yan said that China’s achievement is based on an indispensable precondition: the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC). China’s reforms have taken place continuously according to changes in objective conditions, its path guided by Chinese characteristics and circumstances. As the “China model” is the product of a unique combination of factors, it cannot be copied, exported or transplanted. It does, nonetheless, have a valuable role to play as a reference point for other countries wishing to explore paths to development that accord with their own objective conditions.

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