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CPC members play active role in growth

Reporter: Wu Lei 丨 CCTV.com

06-09-2016 12:54 BJT

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Non-public enterprises are considered the engine of the Chinese economy. And during the past few years, a growing number of Chinese communist party members have played active roles to help these companies grow. CCTV's reporter visited a private company in Guangdong province for the story.

Liu Shiyuan is the technical director at this shoe manufacturer in Guangdong province. He joined the company in 2012. He was chosen to lead a team to solve technical difficulties and improve efficiency. Over the years, he and his team have helped the company grow.

"As a CPC member, I am always strict with myself and the team. We have spearheaded a lot of technical innovation. Our work has helped the company save almost 5 million Yuan each year," said Liu.

Like Liu Shiyuan, other party members are also working hard to become role model in their departments. Huajian is one of the largest female shoe manufacturers in China. The company didn't have a General Party branch until 2012. Liu Yikong is the Secretary of the Party Branch, he said the number of Party members has grown from 18 to 86.

"We have been thinking how the Party Branch can help a private company grow. We started with labor retention. We worked together with HR department to talk with employees to help them solve their problems. The percentage of people quitting has dropped from 22% to 12%," said Liu Yikong, Vice Gen. Manager of Huajian Industrial Holding Co., Ltd..

Party Branches have also organized various cultural activities to enrich employees' lives. Many employees say the party branch and party members have brought vitality to the company. Statistics show China had over 2.9 million non-public enterprises in 2015, over 53% of them have party organizations.

Private companies have contributed to over 60% of China's GDP. As the number of party members in these companies grows, the Communist Party of China hopes they can play more active roles in boosting the country's economic development.

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