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Asia | 27 February 2018 Indefinite Xi-ism will mean Spikes in Volatility, as big Decisions Roll Out
The Chinese Communist Party looks set to repeal Presidential term limits, meaning that Xi Jinping likely intends to stay on beyond 2023.

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27 February 2018 Indefinite Xi-ism will mean Spikes in Volatility, as big Decisions Roll Out

By Freya Beamish

The Chinese Communist Party looks set to repeal Presidential term limits, meaning that Xi Jinping likely intends to stay on beyond 2023.

Posted: 26th Feb 2018 in 'Asia'

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