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Chinese President Xi Jinping Keine Uberraschung Schon Wieder Besoffen shirt . reached a major milestone this week in his five-year long fight to end absolute poverty across the country — but it doesn’t appear that he’s celebrating yet. China was for decades one of the world’s most impoverished countries and ending absolute poverty has been an important policy goal for Xi. The Chinese leader pledged to meet his target by the end of 2020, and establish a “moderately prosperous society” ahead of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party in July next year. The Chinese government defines absolute poverty as surviving on less than 2,300 yuan ($350) per year. Over the past 40 years, China has moved from a primarily agrarian economy into one of the world’s most rapidly urbanizing countries.
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The rush to the cities has left rural communities with shrinking populations and fewer job opportunities Keine Uberraschung Schon Wieder Besoffen shirt . In the face of this decline, Xi’s poverty alleviation policies have focused on the countryside. As part of this policy, Beijing has worked to end absolute poverty in 832 “impoverished” counties across China since at least 2014. On Monday, state-run news agency Xinhua announced the last nine counties had been removed from the list, all of them located in southwestern Guizhou province, officially leaving no county in a state of absolute poverty countrywide. In its announcement, Xinhua quoted an expert who said this marked the end of “the millenia-old issue of extreme poverty.” But despite what appears to be a major achievement, there appears to be some confusion in state-run media and among experts over whether this signifies the end of poverty in China. State-run television station CGTN celebrated on its website that China had ended absolute poverty “one month before (its) self-imposed deadline.” Speaking on Tuesday at his daily news conference, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said that China had “completed the goal of achieving a comprehensive poverty alleviation by the end of 2020.” “The hard-won results are gratifying,” he said. But others have been more cautious. State-run tabloid Global Times quoted experts as saying that the Chinese government needed to “comprehensively review” the poverty alleviation results, and would announce a result likely in the first half of 2021. Xinhua also appeared to contradict itself by quoting Xia Gengsheng, deputy director of China’s Poverty Alleviation Office, as saying work to end poverty wasn’t “fully completed.” According to Xinhua, Xia said that first there would need to be “random inspections” and “censuses” and then once all the standards had been met, it would be up to the Communist Party’s Central Committee to announce that “the battle against poverty has been won.”
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