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China orchestrates its political transition

Overview

China’s most important political event of the first half of 2011 – the annual session of the National People’s Congress (NPC) – has shown the current and future leadership intent on maintaining political, social and economic stability as the transition in October 2012 approaches. Minimizing risks to the system whether political or economic is the key aim of Hu Jintao and his colleagues, including the two men who will take on the reins of power in 2012-13. The current clampdown on...

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