BEIJING -- Chinese President Xi Jinping touted a "new era" for a "great modern socialist country" and imprinted his name onto the constitution of the ruling Communist Party over the last week, but the leader may find the new normal of an economic slowdown will be the pivotal issue marking and possibly plaguing his second term.
Adding to China's economic woes are growing corporate and government debt and persistent pollution.
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