All eyes are on China as the country prepares for a highly anticipated meeting of the ruling Communist Party.
After decades of exponential expansion, the world’s second-largest economy is entering a period of slower growth, and Beijing is under pressure to address issues that threaten further economic development and social stability.
Set for Nov. 9 to 12, the meeting is the first major opportunity for President Xi Jinping to aggressively pursue a reform agenda — with major implications for the global economy.
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