Next reforms will include urban development
Urban development will be at the center of China’s next stage of reform, according to the country’s top leaders.
This will be accomplished by building more city clusters and giving migrant workers the same rights as their urban counterparts. The pledge was made at the end of the Central Urban Work Conference, which was held along with the Central Economic Work Conference.
Urban policy-induced social changes are considered a key part of what Chinese leaders call “supply-side reforms” to fuel continuous growth, according to a statement that was released.