New Delhi, December 9 Di Bojie, a professor at Nehru University in India and an expert on China, said in a written interview with Xinhua News Agency reporters a few days ago that China’s poverty alleviation achievements have provided the world with practical poverty alleviation strategies and solutions, especially for the world, especially developing countries and the least developed countries. The country brings hope.
“Over the past 40 years of reform and opening up, China’s more than 700 million people have been lifted out of poverty, which is impressive,” said Di Berger. “China’s work in poverty reduction is commendable.” He also said that China has eradicated absolute poverty, which is “the result of the joint efforts of Chinese leaders and people”.
He believes that China’s achievements in poverty alleviation bring hope to the world, especially for densely populated developing and least developed countries. China’s experience shows that poverty can be lifted out through systematic planning.
In Di Bojie’s view, these achievements are inseparable from China’s overall promotion of the overall layout of the “five-in-one”, the coordinated promotion of the “four comprehensive” strategic layout, and the implementation of the targeted poverty alleviation strategy.
He said that it is an undeniable fact that the per capita disposable income of the Chinese has increased significantly in the past 40 years. Between 2011 and 2019, the cumulative real growth of the per capita disposable income of residents nationwide was 96.6%, which translates into a huge demand for consumption in China. China’s leaders announced in November that China will import more than $22 trillion in goods over the next decade, which will undoubtedly stimulate global demand and contribute to global economic growth.
In addition, Di Berger said that in the past five years, China has provided assistance to other developing countries through projects in poverty reduction, agricultural cooperation, ecological protection and climate change.
“China has played a role in capacity-building in developing and least developed countries by sharing experiences, providing funds, and contributing to economic growth and sustainable development.” He said.