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China maps a market-oriented course to 2022
Although concerns about the global outlook currently dominate its economic policy, China has set out a roadmap for economic development as it prepares to change its top leadership in 2012. The new programme – contained in a report delivered to a closed Communist Party meeting by the probable next Prime Minister, Li Keqiang – has not been reported on outside China. It is a thorough-going blueprint that would tackle fundamental problems and imbalances such as the relative weakness of...