The next ‘Mr RMB’


Once every five years, the National Congress of the ruling Chinese Communist Party convenes in Beijing to review the national political and development strategies – and, more importantly, to rubber stamp a new crop of political leadership that is pre-determined through intense bargaining among party factions. This also maps out the configuration of China’s senior government officials as most of these bureaucrats are concurrently party members, and rankings within the party hierarchy are linked

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