BEIJING — China’s top leadership, ending a pivotal summit on Tuesday to establish overarching plans for the government in the next 10 years, revealed broad-stroke plans for governance but offered few specifics on economic reform.
At the conclusion of the four-day meeting of the country’s Communist Party Central Committee, the party released a lengthy statement of guiding principles, but few clues to actual plans for the coming years. This is the first meeting of its kind for President Xi Jinping’s leadership team.
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