Lu Weiding attended the first session of the 14th National People's Congress and made a speech while participating in the deliberation of the Zhejiang delegation.
On the morning of March 5, the First Session of the 14th National People's Congress opened in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. Lu Weiding attended the Congress, earnestly fulfilled the sacred duties conferred by the Constitution and laws, and listened attentively to the government work report made by Premier Li Keqiang on behalf of the State Council.
On the morning of March 6, Zhejiang delegation held a plenary meeting to review the government report. Lu Weiding participated in the deliberation and made a speech, putting forward opinions and suggestions.
Lu Weiding said in his speech that standing on the new starting line of Chinese-style modernization and facing the "big test" of building Chinese-style modernization, private enterprises should not only be "rooted in the right place", but also "flourish and grow". In order to assume the responsibility of history and the responsibility of the times, private enterprises should not only "have the right roots" but also "flourish". He said that we should find the direction of private enterprises in "high-quality development", show the strength of private enterprises in "two cycles", and contribute to the strength of private enterprises in "Chinese-style modernization". For Wanxiang, the ultimate goal is to build the foundation of "three creations" of creation, entrepreneurship and innovation, to create the atmosphere of "three creations" and to build the goal of "three creations".
Lu Weiding's speech aroused a warm response and received attention from many media.
At the national congress this time, Lu Weiding brought with him the "Proposal on Effectively Playing the Role of Charitable Trust", "Proposal on Encouraging and Supporting Listed Companies in the Manufacturing Industry to Carry out Overseas Mergers and Acquisitions in Consideration of Equity Interests", and the "Proposal on Allowing the Construction of Underground Energy Storage Power Stations", among other proposals.