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A bus promotes the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in Shanghai.   © Reuters
FT Confidential Research

China congress will disappoint hopes for radical economic change

Leadership has highlighted gradual approach to policy commitments

| China

For all the excitement generated by China's upcoming 19th Party Congress, we do not think the week-long meeting will have immediate implications for economic policy. Those who expect the post-congress environment to mark a significant shift in the nature or intensity of economic reform may be disappointed.

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