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The right guardrails will ensure no plan goes completely off the tracks.
Beijing may have this in mind, given its economic priorities for next year. A package of new or ongoing policy initiatives signals the state’s determination to press ahead in forging a ‘new normal’ for economic development.
The nest of the state may now be less attractive to China’s …
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