Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke to dozens of top economic advisers in Beijing at the weekend as part of the annual “two sessions”. Photo: EPA-EFE Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke to dozens of top economic advisers in Beijing at the weekend as part of the annual “two sessions”. Photo: EPA-EFE
Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke to dozens of top economic advisers in Beijing at the weekend as part of the annual “two sessions”. Photo: EPA-EFE

China’s economic strategy shift shows Xi Jinping is preparing for ‘worst case scenario’, analysts say

  • The Chinese president said that Beijing was pursuing a new development plan, focusing on its domestic market rather than an export-led growth model
  • China’s economy is under pressure from the coronavirus, as well as escalating trade war and technology tensions with the United States

Topic |   Two Sessions 2020 (Lianghui)
Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke to dozens of top economic advisers in Beijing at the weekend as part of the annual “two sessions”. Photo: EPA-EFE Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke to dozens of top economic advisers in Beijing at the weekend as part of the annual “two sessions”. Photo: EPA-EFE
Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke to dozens of top economic advisers in Beijing at the weekend as part of the annual “two sessions”. Photo: EPA-EFE
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