No.200

Wang Junjin: I’m Confident of Future Development
ReleaseDate: 2013-12-13

After a careful study of the Decision of the Third Plenary Session of the Eighteenth Central Committee of CPC held in Beijing from Nov. 9 to Nov. 12, Chairman Wang Junjin said this session suggested releasing the bonus of reform, and pointed out that public-owned and non-public sectors are both important parts of socialist market economy system, and important basis for China’s socioeconomic development; such a policy would give the full play to the dynamism of private capital, and the non-public sector will meet a new period of strategic opportunities.

On Nov.13 and 16, Wang Junjin received the interview from Shanghai Radio 990 Early Morning News and Shanghai TV News Comprehensive Channel for his opinion on the Decision of the Third Plenary Session of the Eighteenth Central Committee of CPC, saying the contents of the Decision are very inspiring, so he felt tremendously confident of the future development.

“The Communique claimed right in its first part that we should let all labor, knowledge, managerial and capital resources flow with adequate freedom and give them full play, and let all sources of wealth be introduced adequately. In such a condition, when you want to do something, your past ideas are useless, but your current ideas are. The Secretary General says we have ‘dreams, opportunities and efforts’, now I really see the dreams and opportunities, which may become success if I devote enough efforts; for us from the non-public sector, the space for development in the future will be ever growing,” said Wang Junjin.

According to his words, JuneYao Group never stops its efforts to upgrade and transform itself when the contemporary service industry is trying to link up the strategy of

Shanghai development, so they must understand this strategy so that they can integrate themselves with it; they will participate in the overall economic construction of Shanghai, such as the construction of financial center and shipping center, which are the responsibility for enterprises; their transformation and upgrading will probably lead to their development in the financial service industry, which can help improve the “gold content” and inherent value of China’s contemporary service industry.