In conclusion, we might say that the article has emphasized on the point that the proposed five year plan has centered towards the monetary reform instead of economic expansion. In simple words, the plan is more like a consumption-driven expansion framework rather than the based upon the growth in the export sector. The article has significantly argued that the largely defined sector of telecommunication is proposed as the core element of China’s reform plan, by means of building major trade competencies, increasing the household spending etc. Therefore, we can anticipate that the combination of twofold strategy i.e. creation of technology driven industries and subsequently the domestic expenditure-driven expansion approach, China will rise as the manufacturing and consumption hub for cultural goods and I.T related goods, such as, software and information services.
Since the last four decades, China has successfully driven towards becoming a key factor of the world’s overall wealth. Moreover, with the help of supporting part of telecommunication and service sector in the development of international entrepreneurship, China’s efforts of economic reformation through communication sector is expected to have large affect in the context of China’s individual political and monetary reform, but on the international financial system, as well.