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中国社会科学院国家全球战略智库 国家开发银行研究院   社会科学文献出版社  2019-11 出版
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本书是在收集整理2018年11月举办的“改革开放与中国扶贫国际论坛”上中外嘉宾学者的发言和提交的论文基础上修改完善提高而成,主要围绕:改革开放40年来中国取得的减贫成就、中国推动减贫脱贫中国理念转化为国际共识、减贫国际合作推动构建人类命运共同体等三个部分,讨论中国过去40年经验和成就,并讨论如何在此基础上迎接当前和未来挑战的机会,表明中国不仅有减贫的决心,更重要的是有将之落实的行动与举措。
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