The decision by the Central Economic and Financial Affairs Commission, which is headed by President Xi Jinping, is a sign that China will continue to spend heavily on infrastructure projects, including high-speed railway lines, airports and warehousing. Photo: XinhuaThe decision by the Central Economic and Financial Affairs Commission, which is headed by President Xi Jinping, is a sign that China will continue to spend heavily on infrastructure projects, including high-speed railway lines, airports and warehousing. Photo: Xinhua
The decision by the Central Economic and Financial Affairs Commission, which is headed by President Xi Jinping, is a sign that China will continue to spend heavily on infrastructure projects, including high-speed railway lines, airports and warehousing. Photo: Xinhua

China focuses on modern, efficient logistics system as Beijing plots response to ‘grim and complicated’ outlook

  • The Central Economic and Financial Affairs Commission, chaired by President Xi Jinping, gathered for the third time this year on Wednesday
  • Premier Li Keqiang, Vice-Premier Han Zheng and China’s ideology tsar Wang Huning also attended the meeting

Topic |   China economy
The decision by the Central Economic and Financial Affairs Commission, which is headed by President Xi Jinping, is a sign that China will continue to spend heavily on infrastructure projects, including high-speed railway lines, airports and warehousing. Photo: XinhuaThe decision by the Central Economic and Financial Affairs Commission, which is headed by President Xi Jinping, is a sign that China will continue to spend heavily on infrastructure projects, including high-speed railway lines, airports and warehousing. Photo: Xinhua
The decision by the Central Economic and Financial Affairs Commission, which is headed by President Xi Jinping, is a sign that China will continue to spend heavily on infrastructure projects, including high-speed railway lines, airports and warehousing. Photo: Xinhua
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