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gbtimes.com: China to Welcome New Government

March 5, 2013

TAMPERE, Finland, March 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –

From March 3rd to 17th, all eyes are once again on China, as the country’s once-in a
decade leadership change is completed. The annual meeting of the Chinese People’s
Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) [http://gbtimes.com/article-keywords/cppcc-2013
] and the National People’s Congress (NPC) [http://gbtimes.com/article-keywords/npc-2013
], also known as the Two Sessions or Lianghui, is the highlight of China’s political
season, coming on the heels of the Communist Party’s Congress last November
[http://gbtimes.com/third-angle/chinas-leadership-change ]. By mid-March, a new government
will be at the helm of the world’s second-biggest economy.

“This is a very important time for the world because the decisions taken by the new
Chinese government will have global implications in security, economy, business and
environment. Xi Jinping [http://gbtimes.com/xi-jinping ] and Li Keqiang
[http://gbtimes.com/li-keqiang ], who are likely to be elected as the country’s new
President and Premier, have vowed to continue economic reforms and the opening up policy,
as well as address many of the concerns of the Chinese people. It is going to be
interesting to see what reforms and changes will take place once the leadership change has
been fully completed,” Gioia Forti, Editor-in-chief of gbtimes, explains.

gbtimes’ journalists Jaycee Lui and David Keyton are in Beijing to provide the latest
reports from the Two Sessions as they happen. Through The Third Angle special report on
China’s new government [http://gbtimes.com/third-angle/chinas-new-government ], gbtimes
provides full media coverage of the Two Sessions, with video interviews, articles and news
reports. gbtimes’ radio network will also broadcast reports in 14 countries across Europe
and the Middle East.

About GBTIMES

GBTIMES, Ltd. is a broadcasting company that focuses on introducing China to the world
and vice versa. We have a network of radio and partner TV stations across Europe, the
Middle East and Africa (EMEA). We also produce the multilingual http://www.gbtimes.com
, which is published in 11 languages.

gbtimes.com has the latest news and information about China and the world as it
relates to China. Updated daily, the website has articles, features and videos about
Chinese food, travel, lifestyle, history and culture. The Third Angle Special Report looks
at the most important world events from both global and Chinese perspectives.

Visit http://company.gbtimes.com for more information about the company.

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