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Asia | 27 February 2019 What to Expect from China's Annual "Two Sessions" Next Week
China's annual "two sessions" conference is due to start on Sunday, with the economic targets for this year set to be made official over the course of the meetings.

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27 February 2019 What to Expect from China's Annual "Two Sessions" Next Week

By Freya Beamish

China's annual "two sessions" conference is due to start on Sunday, with the economic targets for this year set to be made official over the course of the meetings.

Posted: 27th Feb 2019 in 'Asia'

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