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China hammers out its plan - but hitting growth target will be a challenge

Overview

The Chinese Communist Party’s four-day meeting to consider the next Five-Year Plan (FYP) ended on Thursday with a statement which suggested that, while the leadership recognizes “the challenge of downward economic pressure”, there has been no re-thinking of the broad policy aims for the years ahead. The headline-grabbing decision by the annual Plenum of the party’s Central Committee was to relax the one-child policy to allow for two offspring per family. This is measure that will...

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