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William Ide
November 05, 2012 6:42 PM
China begins a once-in-decade leadership transition this week when officials meet Thursday for the 18th Communist Party Congress. The stakes are higher than previous transitions because of growing public concerns about corruption and the party’s lack of transparency. VOA's William Ide in Beijing reports that just how the new leaders will respond to the challenges remains a mystery.

China’s New Leaders Facing Pressures to Reform

William Ide

Published November 05, 2012

China begins a once-in-decade leadership transition this week when officials meet Thursday for the 18th Communist Party Congress. The stakes are higher than previous transitions because of growing public concerns about corruption and the party’s lack of transparency. VOA's William Ide in Beijing reports that just how the new leaders will respond to the challenges remains a mystery.


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