Closer Look: Divining Clues on the Future of Reform
A regular State Council meeting on May 6 chaired by Premier Li Keqiang showed some clues about the new leadership's mid- and short-term reform plans.
Experts see it as a prelude to the third plenary meeting of the Communist Party's 18th National Congress slated for this autumn, during which economic reform measures are expected to be unveiled.
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