Leadership of Xi Jinping behind Unstoppable Sustainable Economic Growth of China

  title={Leadership of Xi Jinping behind Unstoppable Sustainable Economic Growth of China},
  author={Bablu Kumar Dhar and Mahazan Abdul Mutalib},
  journal={Institutions \& Transition Economics: Macroeconomic Issues eJournal},
Xi Jinping's new era of socialist economic thought, rooted in the great practice of China's economic construction, systematically explains the issue of China's economic development and reform, and clearly answers the important questions of how the economic situation is to be judged, how to judge the development stage, how to determine the development goals, and how to do economic work. Xi Jinping's new era of the socialist economy with Chinese characteristics, system integrity, broad depth… 
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