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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.”

HE JIANKUN,

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.”

WANG YANG,

a mem­ber of the Stand­ing Com­mit­tee of the Po­lit­i­cal Bureau of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee.

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