If there is an abiding theme in Xi Jinping’s speech, it is about overcoming difficulties, a quality that has characterised reform and opening up. Photo: Reuters If there is an abiding theme in Xi Jinping’s speech, it is about overcoming difficulties, a quality that has characterised reform and opening up. Photo: Reuters
If there is an abiding theme in Xi Jinping’s speech, it is about overcoming difficulties, a quality that has characterised reform and opening up. Photo: Reuters
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Lessons of past point way ahead for Xi Jinping as opening up goes on

  • In his speech marking 40 years of reform, China’s president outlined a two-front approach to the challenges facing the country and the qualities needed to overcome difficulties

If there is an abiding theme in Xi Jinping’s speech, it is about overcoming difficulties, a quality that has characterised reform and opening up. Photo: Reuters If there is an abiding theme in Xi Jinping’s speech, it is about overcoming difficulties, a quality that has characterised reform and opening up. Photo: Reuters
If there is an abiding theme in Xi Jinping’s speech, it is about overcoming difficulties, a quality that has characterised reform and opening up. Photo: Reuters
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