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Poverty alleviation In China

Poverty alleviation In China

Poverty alleviation In China

Poverty alleviation In China

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Leigh Wedell

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November 13, 2017

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At the historic 19th Party Congress meeting earlier this month, Chinese President Xi Jinping talked about how China is entering a “new era” and can serve as a model for the developing world. In his sweeping three and a half hour address to the nation, he heralded their progress on achieving a “moderately prosperous society” and reaffirmed 2020 as the deadline for finally eradicating poverty.

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Xi on the rise: Outcomes from the 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress

Xi on the rise: Outcomes from the 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress

Xi on the rise: Outcomes from the 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress

Xi on the rise: Outcomes from the 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress

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Alan H. Fleischmann

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November 13, 2017

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With all eyes on President Trump’s first state visit to the Middle Kingdom, the most salient recent development for the global business community may come from the Chinese Communist Party’s Congress.

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Potential next act for trusted Xi adviser

Potential next act for trusted Xi adviser

Potential next act for trusted Xi adviser

Potential next act for trusted Xi adviser

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Deborah Lehr

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November 6, 2017

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At last month's party congress, President Xi Jinping announced his new Politburo standing committee — China's seven most powerful men. Now attention has turned to the government appointments coming at the National People's Congress in March.

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China's 19th Communist Party Congress fact sheet

China's 19th Communist Party Congress fact sheet

China's 19th Communist Party Congress fact sheet

China's 19th Communist Party Congress fact sheet

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Deborah Lehr & Leigh Wedell

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October 31, 2017

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Policy priorities included continuing the anti-corruption campaign, economic reform and further market opening for foreign firms, restructuring and professionalization of the military, improving central-provincial relations, handling the corporate and provincial debt issues, legal reform, upgrading the environment, and improving the standard and quality of life, especially in rural areas.

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