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Chinese President Xi Jinping, seen here at Beijing's Great Hall of the People, will always derive his power from his anti-graft crusade.   © Kyodo

Xi Jinping has more tigers, foxes and flies in his sights

With or without Wang, president's anti-graft purges to endure through 2022

KATSUJI NAKAZAWA, Nikkei senior staff writer | China

TOKYO -- The past five years have been an "extraordinary" period in China, or so says the communique issued at the end of a key gathering of the Chinese Communist Party on Saturday.

The five years point to the period that General Secretary Xi Jinping, who doubles as the country's president, has been in power.

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