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China: Xi centralizes his power

Overview

Two new top-level bodies came into existence in China last week but have attracted little attention.Though in our view, they signal a significant shift at the top of the country’s administration. In the Leninist system in force in the People’s Republic, the Communist leadership has always held the whip hand over the state, but the new organizations for reform and national security further boost Party power in crucial areas that colour the investment...

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