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2017 is going to be stacked for China, and Trump isn’t even the half of it





2017 is a big year for the Chinese Communist Party.

Next autumn, the party will host the 19th National Congress, which will likely determine the top leadership and set up the country’s political future.

At the same time, China could be looking at an increasingly uncertain international situation in light of Donald Trump’s November election.

And this two-pronged political environment could have implications for the party’s economic policy in the near-term.

“…the Chinese leadership will likely face significant political uncertainty both internally and externally, and in response they will likely place social and economic stability as a top priority throughout 2017,” a Credit Suisse read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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