ROAD TO A BETTER LIFE
Common prosperity is part of a process, not a decision made out of the blue, and has long been embedded in the national policies and development plans since the commencement of the reform and opening-up drive.
Seeking common prosperity will not lead to common poverty, but aims to build a fairer and more sustainable society.
China’s vision of common prosperity is a recognition that a prosperous society and perpetuating growth is not defined purely by a small cohort of wealthy people, but the circulation of wealth throughout society as a whole.
The founding of the People’s Republic of China only marks the completion of the first stage of the Chinese revolution. Now it is heading for a prosperous China, a socialist modern country at a higher stage, which is the ultimate goal of mankind stated by Karl Marx.