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* China Watch: Strong global growth a tailwind for China's deleveraging, Michelle Lam, Trey McArver, Larry Brainard, 14 Dec 2017
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* China Perspective: North Korea scores, US stuck, Jonathan Fenby, 1 Dec 2017
* China Watch: The profit cycle – still some way to go, Michelle Lam, Trey McArver, Larry Brainard, 30 Nov 2017
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China: Xi Jinping’s struggle for control


Since Xi Jinping took over the reins of the Communist Party in late 2012, there has been much debate about which former leader he most resembled. Is he an idealist, intent on realizing his own personal vision of socialism like Mao Zedong? Or is he a pragmatist who prioritizes economic growth by any means in the mould of Deng Xiaoping? Comparisons to Mao and Deng can be helpful, but we argue that the most apt comparison is to Jiang Zemin, who led the Party from 1989 to 2002. Like...

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