There is still a feeling among scientists and researchers that the delivery of relevant policies has fallen short in some respects. We must review and address this problem promptly. Wider application of these policy incentives will help catalyze greater creativity and innovation.”
PREMIER LI KEQIANG,
who said the central government’s pro-innovation policy measures have been implemented more widely over the years, but more reform to encourage innovation is needed. “As a developing country, we must coordinate our efforts to promote sustainable development and tackle climate change. We have to improve people’s livelihoods by developing the economy. Meanwhile, we have to try to lower carbon intensity.”
deputy president of China’s National Expert Committee on Climate Change. “The mainland’s policy orientation of providing good services to Taiwan businesses is consistent. The door of opening up to Taiwan will get wider and the policies and services will get better.”
a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee.