Special Series on ‘Dual Circulation’ Ep.01: An Overview of China’s New Economic Strategy

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    From this year forward, China’s economic #development will be guided by a strategy it refers to as “dual circulation.” Introduced by President #XiJinping in May 2020, “dual circulation” has been enshrined in guidelines for the country’s 14th Five-Year Plan. Is it a paradigm shift in the Chinese economy? CGTN Global Watch’s special series on “#DualCirculation” has some answers. The first episode offers an overview of this new concept.

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