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China's 2022 Two Sessions Analysis Collection

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China’s 2022 Two Sessions were successfully held in Beijing during the period from 4–11 March 2022. During the meetings, the government emphasised the importance of stability, and called for additional macro-policy support to promote the stable growth of the macroeconomy. Policymakers at the Two Sessions also stressed the importance of structural reforms in areas such as technology innovation, decarbonisation, regional coordination, and higher-level opening-up, etc.

English Version: Takeaways of China's 2022 Two Sessions

Chinese Version: 2022年两会要点解读



China’s 2022 Two Sessions: What Multinationals Need to Know

Read APCO’s full analysis of the 2022 Two Sessions, including sector-specific analysis and foreword by James McGregor, below and click here to download a copy.


Hill+Knowlton Strategies

Two Sessions Special Edition Newsletter

On March 4 and 5, China’s “Two Sessions” began as the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the top political advisory body, and the National People’s Congress (NPC), the national legislature, held their respective opening sessions. Lasting about a week, this year’s political gatherings are expected to conclude on March 11. On Saturday, the first day of the parliamentary meeting saw Premier Li Keqiang deliver the annual government work report, outlining China’s national blueprint for 2022, including the top socio-economic targets and priorities. Our below update provides an overview of the key highlights from this year’s work report.






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Dezan Shira & Associates

China’s 2022 Government Work Report: Highlights from the Two Sessions (

We look at key points of China’s 2022 Government Work Report, including the 5.5% GDP target, preferential tax policies, government stabilization policies, policies to boost investment and consumption, government spending plans, employment creation measures, COVID-19 prevention measures, climate and environment policy, and measures for elderly care and childcare.