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China’s capital markets under president Xi Jinping have been both excited and disappointed for investors looking to capture the returns that mirror its staggering economic growth in the past decade. (Source photos by Reuters)
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Xi agenda defines a decade, and era, for China's capital markets

Regulatory headwinds dent confidence despite growth of economy

ECHO WONG, Nikkei staff writer | China

HONG KONG -- Xi Jinping rose in Beijing's Great Hall of the People on Sunday to deliver a keynote speech about China's policy priorities -- and foreign investors were paying just as much attention as his vast domestic audience.

At the Chinese Communist Party's national congress this week, Xi is expected to seal an unprecedented third five-year term as CCP leader and therefore become the country's most powerful person.

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