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Xi is prioritising politics over market opening

The Party Congress kicked off today with the Report delivered by Xi Jinping. His ability to emphasise his contributions to Communist Party doctrine over those his predecessors hints at a successful consolidation of power. However, there were no signs in the Report that policy priorities have shifted in favour of the kind of free-market reforms that would be able to resolve China’s structural problems.

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