By  on December 28, 2012

BEIJING — With a quietly orchestrated trip to the home of modern China’s big economic experiment this month, China’s next president may be signaling his intent to engage in much-needed financial reforms to revitalize the country’s growth.

While it remains unstated and largely unclear what direction the country’s new leadership is heading with the economy, most experts agree that China must focus more on homegrown innovation to shift into a new growth and development model, moving its products and manufacturing up the value chain into a new stage.

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