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Part 2 in our series looking at the implications from China’s Third Plenary session. This edition focuses on the reform blueprint that the Chinese leadership team released on the 15th November.
The blueprint provides significant additional detail over the original communiqué issued on the 12th November. More than 300 reforms are outlined in the blueprint across 60 clauses in 15 chapters. The reforms are more aggressive than some thought would be released and are being compared in their significance to the reforms launched in 1978 that led to the opening up of the country. This latest edition focuses on some of the reforms that will have notable impact on foreign investors in China and also the overall operating environment.