from the agriculture and fisheries sector, 7.1 percent are workers, 8.3 percent are personnel from Party and
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It has seen its membership grow from more than 50 when it was founded in 1921 to 4.49 millio
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Statistics show that about 99.8 percent of existing Party members joined the CPC after the PRC was foun
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Last year, the CPC recruited nearly 2.06 million new members, 72,000 more than in 2017.
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The CPC was founded on July 1, 1921. From 1921 to 1949, it led the Chinese people to overt
hrow the rule of imperialism, feudalism and bureaucrat-capitalism and establish the PRC.
The CPC has led the Chinese people to develop the country into th
e world’s second-largest economy and lift 700 million people out of poverty.
China’s liquor brand Kweichow Moutai gave up “Guojiu”, or State-level liquor, in its trademark, and took
down the sign of “Guojiu” from the gate of its plant last Saturday, news website Zaker reported on Sunday.
Li Baofang, chairman and general manager of Moutai Group, said on June 12 the company would stop using
the “Guojiu Moutai” trademark before June 30, and had hired consulting companies for new promotion plans.
Moutai repeatedly applied for “Guojiu Moutai” trademark registration starting from 2001, tho
ugh all applications were rejected by the then-State Administration for Industry and Commerce, since the wor
d in Chinese means the best liquor in China, which will have a negative impact on market competition.