Since the 1990s, some developed countries and international organizations, with the phasing in of the importance of public policy assessment, have conducted wide-ranging evaluation on public policies.
Since the second half of 2014, China's economic growth has witnessed a growing downward pressure.
Economic restructuring is an urgent, pressing, hard and painstaking long-term historical task.
The current new normal for China is both a present tense developed from the past tense and more importantly a future tense which involves immense vigor for reform and innovation to step into a new historical stage.
A meeting on the study of "Three Stricts and Three Steadies" was held in Beijing on the afternoon of May 22.
China's economic development has entered the stage of new normal.
On May 5, 2015, a symposium on "Development Strategies for Natural Gas in China" was held and advisors and experts from relevant departments attended the meeting.
In his speech made at China's Rural Financial Development Forum, Li Wei, DRC President, pointed out that after China's economy has entered a state of new normal.