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Why China does not reform

Overview

Despite China’s extremely limited tolerance of dissent and the emphasis on leadership unity, a debate has erupted among the top leaders about the extent to which continued economic progress requires political reform. This will form the backdrop to the annual Communist Party Plenum in the second half of October, which will discuss the next Five-Year Plan (2011–15), and to the Economic Work Conference in December, which will set broad policy for next...

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