Third Plenary progress report: 31 of 60 projects launched

The Third Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee concluded in Autumn 2013 with an agenda of 60 tasks relating to the overall deepening of reforms. Working from public announcements, The Beijing News and other media reported on 23 February that work has begun on 31 of these tasks.

Chi Fulin 迟福林, president of the the Hainan-based China Institute for Reform and Development, explained that the remaining tasks require input from the central leadership, or may require further study before launch.

The article enumerates the projects that have already been launched, and specifically notes anti-corruption efforts, reforms to administrative approval, and the alteration to the one-child policy.

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The Beijing News (新京报): 三中全会60项任务至少已启动31项