Central China Rise and Ideological Construction

Yong-yue YU, Li GAO


Central China rise is a hot issue of the current regional economic development in China, and as well the substantial measure to comprehensively promote the modernization construction and establish the socialist harmonious society. In addition to being an economic issue, Central China rise is rather more a socially comprehensive subject. Ideological concepts, among the factors affecting Central China rise, frequently dominate people’s behaving patterns as well as affects economic growth in a deeper sense, tending to be of the most fundamental one.Keyword: Central China rise; ideological construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ibm.1923842820100101.001


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