and achieve common prosperity among all people of the country.On the 30th anniversary of the publication of the "Declaration on the Right to Development by the United N?/P>
livelihood, and extreme▓ poverty. The Cambridge History of China: Republican China 1▓912-1949 describes China's situation in the first half of 20th century as follows: "..
.the great majority of Chinese merely sustained and reproduced▓ themselves at the subsistence level ... the stan▓dard of life for many
fell short ev▓en of that customary level." [Note: The Cambridge History ▓of China (Volume 12): Republican China 1912-1949 Part
I, Cambridge University Press, 1983, p. ▓28.] "As a system, China's economy which was 'pre-modern' even in the mid-twentieth century ceased to be viable only after 1949...
accounting for more than 70 percent of the global reduction▓ in poverty. China has established the world's largest social security system, and average life expectan▓cy ha
d grown from 35 years in 1949 to 76.34 years in 2015, ranking high among the developing countries. The level of education has soared: in 1949, mor▓e than 80 percent of the
f school-age chi▓ldren was only 20 percent. In 2015, net enrollment rates were as follows: primary school-age children - 99.88 percent; nine-year compulsory education --
elopment Report 2016" released b▓y the United Nations, China's Human Development Index (HDI) in 2014 ranked 90th among 188 countries, already in the high human developme