BEIJING -- Chinese President Xi Jinping's efforts to solidify his position ahead of this fall's Communist Party congress are nearing a major hurdle: a party conclave in the summer resort of Beidaihe.
The secretive retreat brings together party elders and top officials each August to discuss matters including appointments to high-level posts -- a crucial point for Xi as he prepares for a rare third term as the party's general secretary.
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