China’s 14th Five Year Plan (2021-2025) – Communist Party of China to boost consumption and technology self-reliance
A briefing document produced by Asia House.
Following the Communist Party of China’s (CPC) Central Committee’s Fifth Plenum at the end of October, the CPC published an outline of proposals for China’s five-year plan to 2025 and long-term goals to 2035. The proposals
set out a more inwardly-focused approach in comparison to the export-oriented growth of the past few decades, with objectives centred around strategic self-sufficiency and domestically driven growth. This briefing highlights and expands on key takeaways from the Fifth Plenum and recent policy signals for China’s economic trajectory over the next five years and beyond.
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