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What to expect at the Third Plenum

The Third Plenum may conclude with a pledge of comprehensive reform in areas spanning the private sector, manufacturing, innovation, social security, economic management and more. That may excite hope of substantial change but, in the Party’s eyes, it has been engaged in comprehensive reform for the past decade. China’s leadership shows no sign ahead of the Plenum of thinking that a change of direction is needed.

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