There is also a great event in the history of which is a great service in the path of poverty alleviation and human development.
The Press Office of the Chinese State Council today released a white paper entitled “Anti-Poverty. China’s Experiences and Services,” which examines China’s great efforts to eradicate poverty over the past 100 years.
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China has lifted 770 million people out of poverty, a world record.
The White Paper says that by the end of 2020, China’s anti-poverty target has been achieved.
The White Paper points out that the fight against poverty has brought about a comprehensive. And the historic change in China’s rural areas. It is a great revolution that has laid a solid foundation for the building of a modern socialist country. Furthermore, the fulfillment of the second centennial goal.
Comprehensive success in the field of anti-poverty has fulfilled the thousands of years old dream and aspiration of the Chinese nation.
The White Paper points out that the eradication of absolute poverty in China, which accounts for one-fifth of the world’s population, and the completion of the UN’s “2030 Sustainable Development Agenda” ten years ahead of schedule is not only a milestone in Chinese development but also global development.
The White Paper points out that since the introduction of China’s reform and opening-up policy. More than 770 million poor rural people have been lifted out of poverty under the current definition of poverty.
According to the World Bank’s International Poverty Standards. China’s success in fighting poverty is more than 70% of the world’s success in this area.
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