Xi Jinping underscores problem-oriented approach in reforms
Chinese President Xi Jinping stressed a problem-oriented approach to deepen reforms at the eighth meeting of the central committee for deepening overall reform on Wednesday.
Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, and head of the central committee for deepening overall reform, presided over and addressed the meeting.
Amid growing external uncertainties and destabilizing factors, Xi stressed efforts to deepen reforms with a problem-oriented approach when dealing with new difficulties and problems and continue to strengthen the assessment of the effectiveness of reform.
Members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and deputy heads of the reform committee Li Keqiang, Wang Huning, and Han Zheng also attended the meeting.
The meeting stressed efforts to push forward a revolution in energy production and consumption. 
North China's Shanxi Province should make breakthroughs in expanding energy cooperation with foreign countries in the comprehensive reform, and strive to be a pioneer in the national energy revolution. 
As for the reform in the film and TV industry, the meeting stressed efforts to improve the guidance mechanism for production, regulate the business behavior of film and television enterprises, and improve the evaluation system.
The meeting urged for intensifying the supervision mechanism to reduce the financial burdens of medical equipment on the people and improve the price system of high-value medical supplies.
The meeting stressed efforts to accelerate the construction of a higher level, higher quality, more efficient and more sustainable food security system. The country will also strive to improve insurance services for rural residents and further advance the rural revitalization strategy.
Several documents were reviewed and adopted at Wednesday's meeting.
(Cover: People visit an exhibition in honor of the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up at the National Museum of China. /VCG Photo)