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China's 6th plenary session opens with Xi firmly in place

Near-term goals and 'historical resolution' on agenda at high-level CCP meeting

Chinese President Xi Jinping at a meeting in Beijing commemorating the 110th anniversary of the Xinhai Revolution on Oct. 9.   © Reuters

SHANGHAI -- The Chinese Communist Party's Central Committee has begun its sixth plenary session on Monday in Beijing, a high-level meeting to define the country's near-term goals and enhance President Xi Jinping's power base.

Over 300 members of the Central Committee -- the CCP's largest decision-making body -- are meeting through Thursday to deliberate two key issues, state media CCTV reported.

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