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UPDATED: November 13, 2013
Challenges Facing the Implementation of Reforms

Reform guidelines have unveiled at the conclusion of a key meeting of the Communist Party of China's Central Committee. For 4 days, the committee has met behind closed doors to discuss key reforms that will chart the course of the country's development in the coming decade.

They've issued a communique, which gives a glimpse into the changes in store for the world's second largest economy to make.

Laurence Brahm, author and economist, and the current affairs commentator Victor Gao share their views.

Q1: Here's a tough question, and it goes to both of you. Will the general tone of the plenum document be moderate or conservative or will we see some breakthroughs?

Q2: The plenum document will chart the course of China's development in the coming decade, what do you see as the main challenges or obstacles, Victor?

Q3: When it comes to reform priorities, those inside China and abroad will certainly differ. As a foreigner living and working in China, can you shed some light on what foreigners, who do business in or with China, want to see change the most, Laurence?

(CNTV.cn November 12, 2013)


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