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Oct 23, 2020 06:20 PM
ECONOMY

Four Things to Watch as China’s Leaders Map Out the Next Five Years

The Port of Qingdao’s automatic shipping container terminal, Oct. 8.
The Port of Qingdao’s automatic shipping container terminal, Oct. 8.

China’s top leaders will map out policies for the country’s economic and social development over the coming five years at a key meeting next week, with President Xi Jinping’s new “dual circulation” strategy likely to take center stage to help the economy overcome medium- and long-term challenges.

Proposals for the five-year plan (FYP) covering 2021-2025 will be discussed at the fifth plenary session of the Communist Party’s 19th Central Committee from Oct. 26 to 29, the highest-level policy-setting event since the outbreak of Covid-19. A broad outline of the plan may be published soon after the gathering but a more detailed menu of policies is not likely to be released for weeks or even months.

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