Economics To Take Center Stage in China…

Senior Chinese Communist Party members are to gather, probably in October, for the party's Third Plenum in Beijing to add substance to the country's economic reform framework, which could shed additional light for investors. Their deliberations will be followed with great eagerness by the business community. Markets have been waiting for almost two years for Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang to demonstrate their control over China's economic and political apparatus. They have got off to a fast start, unlike their predecessors Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao, apparently out of a sense of urgency that the economy is at a crossroads, and that there are major challenges to be met.

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