State Council Think Tank Proposes '383 Plan' for Reform
An influential, government-affiliated think tank has released a comprehensive reform blueprint it submitted to the Communist Party's 18th Central Committee for the coming third plenary session to be held in November.
The plan in Chinese, published by the Development Research Center of the State Council, aims to set up a vibrant, innovative, inclusive market economy protected by the rule of law. It listed a reform trinity – the market, government and corporations – eight key sectors and three packages for likely breakthroughs, and has thus been dubbed the "383 Plan." Among the trinity, the key is to set up the right relationship between government and market, the report said.
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