China's new leaders may find it hard to change course and accelerate reforms.China's new leaders may find it hard to change course and accelerate reforms.
China's new leaders may find it hard to change course and accelerate reforms.

New leadership likely to maintain pro-growth policies

Louis Kuijs says China's new leaders have inherited a less certain economic outlook than did their predecessors and may find it hard to change course and accelerate reforms

Topic |   China economy
China's new leaders may find it hard to change course and accelerate reforms.China's new leaders may find it hard to change course and accelerate reforms.
China's new leaders may find it hard to change course and accelerate reforms.
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