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The Central Committee of China's ruling Communist Party will hold a three-day plenary session at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, starting Feb. 26.   © Reuters
China People's Congress 2018

China's Communist Party holds key meeting to discuss key posts

Discussions likely to include creation of anti-corruption body

OKI NAGAI, Nikkei staff writer | China

BEIJING -- China's ruling Communist Party kicked-off a three-day meeting of its Central Committee, starting Monday, to fill senior posts and plan structural changes to be finalized at a party congress next month.

The third plenary session of the Central Committee, comprising 200 or so top policymakers, is expected to release a communique outlining its decisions on Wednesday.

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