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* China Watch: Q3 GDP, Party Congress and the IMF annual meetings, Michelle Lam, Jonathan Fenby, Larry Brainard, 19 Oct 2017
* China Perspective: Communist Party Congress - What Xi’s new era means, Jonathan Fenby, 18 Oct 2017
* China Perspective: Communist Party Congress - The flaws in Xi’s world order, Jonathan Fenby, 16 Oct 2017
* China Watch: Pressure on housing sales to grow, Bo Zhuang, Jonathan Fenby, Jon Harrison, 12 Oct 2017
* China Perspective: Communist Party Congress - All Xi’s men, Trey McArver, 10 Oct 2017

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China Reform Monitor: Leadership goes for business tigers as it tries to clear way for new stock market push


It is now a year since Wang Qishan, the Politburo Standing Committee member in charge of enforcing Party discipline, said that China’s anti-corruption campaign would go on “for ever”. Some observers saw this as a rhetorical flourish and expected the drive against graft to slow down once Xi Jinping had dealt with major targets such as the former internal security boss Zhou Yongkang. We have argued that is a mistaken view and that Wang meant what he said. The campaign is becoming...

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