Giving China’s Xi Jinping an unlimited presidential term would help smooth policy implementation but could also stir up trade tensions, analysts said. Illustration: Henry Wong Giving China’s Xi Jinping an unlimited presidential term would help smooth policy implementation but could also stir up trade tensions, analysts said. Illustration: Henry Wong
Giving China’s Xi Jinping an unlimited presidential term would help smooth policy implementation but could also stir up trade tensions, analysts said. Illustration: Henry Wong
China economy

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Topic |   China economy
Giving China’s Xi Jinping an unlimited presidential term would help smooth policy implementation but could also stir up trade tensions, analysts said. Illustration: Henry Wong Giving China’s Xi Jinping an unlimited presidential term would help smooth policy implementation but could also stir up trade tensions, analysts said. Illustration: Henry Wong
Giving China’s Xi Jinping an unlimited presidential term would help smooth policy implementation but could also stir up trade tensions, analysts said. Illustration: Henry Wong
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