Xi: Shenzhen should resolutely uphold new vision on development

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video Chinese President Xi Jinping on October 14 attended a ceremony in south China’s Shenzhen City to mark the 40th anniversary of the city being designated as China’s first special economic zone. In his speech, Xi stressed that Shenzhen should resolutely uphold the new vision on development, and China must move forward with supply-side reform to meet domestic needs.

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