[Week 1, 2012] Guangdong Continues Economy Upgrade and Improves Social Construction
2012-January-6 Source: Newsgd.com
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Wang Yang, Party secretary of Guangdong Province delivers a work report in the Eleventh Plenary Session of the Tenth Guangdong Provincial CPC Committee on January 3, 2012. (nfdaily)

Eleventh Plenary Session of the Tenth Guangdong Provincial CPC Committee

concluded on January 5, 2012 in Guangzhou.

Guangdong officials will focus on the quality of the economy rather than the quantity of GDP growth and will strengthen the social construction at the same time, said Wang Yang, Party Secretary of Guangdong Province in the Eleventh Plenary Session of the Tenth Guangdong Provincial CPC Committee on January 3, 2012.

In 2012, Guangdong will accelerate its economic transformation and upgrade and pay attention on growth quality, efficiency, economic mode and sustainable development, said Wang, who added that a more active approach will be taken to benefit people's livelihood and make sure people can share the results of reform and development.

Wang emphasized that the government will pay more attention to people’s interests and demands, adding that the Party committee will closely examine the problems and deficiencies that currently exist.

“The provincial work group in Wukan led by the Vice Secretary of Guangdong's Party Committee will not only to ‘settle’ the incident, but will also provide reference to improve village-level administrations in Guangdong,” said Wang referring to recent social unrest in Wukan village where residents protested against local officials over illegal land grabs.

Wang added that Guangdong officials will be devoted to improving village-level organizations and will take more concreted measures to solve discipline issues this year.

(By Yan)
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