November 5, 2012

How Important Is China's Power Shuffle?

Malcolm Moore, Daily Telegraph

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This week's Beijing power shuffle could be more important than the U.S. race - but much of the process is a mystery.

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TAGGED: Wen Jiabao, Xi Jinping, China

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