With <counter-subversion<vigilance against scenarios that would result in 2008 type crisis
You mean the neo-liberal shock-mechanism where a crisis like the 2008 financial crash enables a part of the bourgeoisie to elevate it self to big-bourgeois status that can gain control over the state to impose it's interests against all other interests at a great detriment of society.
The CPC seems to have won every battle of that type. All the mega-porkies that entered the ring of political power got K.O.ed in round one. So the CPC seems to have the strength of the proverbial 800 pound gorilla in that metaphor. I wish i knew how they do it. But i also worry, the neo-liberal tendency that has so utterly wrecked the west, still persists in China. I'm assuming that the Chinese transition to full communism will probably take at least the rest of this century, will they really be able to keep this up for several generations ?
I always wondered about whether there isn't a structural fix so that the economic system doesn't generate the Neo-liberal tendency, making it less necessary to fight these battles in the first place
>I think he is trying to keep the industrial sector prevalent also to reinforce this and maintain an economy backed by productive labor
Yes this is another question that i have. Is this priority for an industrial productive labor based economy a political choice ? Or is it simply an organic manifestation of China having the largest industrial base of the world. The west lost it's industrial base because western capitalists could simply outsource industry to China. Chinese porkies can't do the same because there is nowhere to outsource too. And a organic tendency towards socialism begins manifesting as soon as a significant enough concentration of advanced productive forces accumulate, or something like that.