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Leaders of Beijing Branch Academy, CAS introduced general situation to CSSAR and asked for suggestions
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Update time: 2005-12-22
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On the morning of April 6, 2005, Leaders of Beijing Branch Academy, CAS came to CSSAR to listen to the report of CSSAR’s action of keeping advanced nature of the Party and introduced the general situation of the construction of Beijing Branch Academy, CAS to the leaders of CSSAR. They also asked the leaders of CSSAR for advice and suggestion to the following work of Beijing Branch Academy, CAS.

Yan He, the Vice Dean of Beijing Branch Academy, CAS explained the work taking place now, the arrangement of following work as well as the reason and intent for building Beijing Branch Academy, CAS.

He pointed out that CAS should bring its and function of backbone and leader into play. After the establishment of Beijing Branch Academy, CAS, Beijing Branch Academy, CAS will be more charged with microcosmic and idiographic work of management. It will organize and assort with the cooperation of all the institute of research of CAS in Beijing and the Beijing government as well as basic construction, management of construction of public establishment, supervision and so forth.

Yan He said: “‘Coach, Serve, Manage, harmonize’ is a good generalization of the main function of Beijing Branch Academy, CAS. Serve is the key point and other functions can’t be ignored. By establishment of Beijing Branch Academy, CAS, hope it can help CAS to improve its ability of macroscopic strategic management.”

Ji Wu, director of CSSAR expressed the support from CSSAR to the establishment of Beijing Branch Academy, CAS on behalf of CSSAR. He said that this is a new idea for CAS to arrange its work. CSSAR will surely assort and support the work of Beijing Branch Academy, CAS by its actual action and efforts.

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