The average per-capita GNP will reach the standard of moderately developed countries
The average life expectancy increased to 71 years, the same as in medium-level developed countries.
Step Two: GDP of 2000 quadruples that of 1980; people live a fairly comfortable life.
I told him they mean that we will try to reach a per-capita GNP of US$1,000 by the end of this century, and that we can then say our society is fairly well-off.
Compared with developed countries, however, China's current per-capita GDP is relatively low.
Of course, it will take a considerable period of time for the value of our national output per capita to catch up with and surpass that of the developed capitalist countries.
Economically, we want to reach the level of the moderately developed countries.
Even if we realize the four modernizations by the end of this century, our per capita GNP will still be very low.
Will China's per capita GNP reach $1,000 by the end of the century?
By 2020, the amount is expected to exceed US$3,000, reaching the level of medium-income countries.
The average life expectancy reached 71.8 years in 2002, close to that of a medium-level developed country.
Although our per capita GNP will not amount to much and will mean only a comparatively comfortable living standard.
By a comparatively comfortable standard we mean a per capita GNP of US$800.
With the gross national product quadrupled over that of 1980 ahead of schedule, the Chinese people now live a relatively comfortable life.
If, by the end of the century, the annual gross value of industrial and agricultural output is quadrupled, and the average per capita GNP reaches US$800, then we shall have a society in which people lead a fairly comfortable life.
By the end of this century China's per capita GNP will reach between US $800 and $1,000 -- we have hopes that it will be $1,000.
the goal of the third stage -- to reach the level of the medium-developed countries in the mid-21st century, so that the entire Chinese people can realize common prosperity -- already has a relatively good foundation.
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