The Central Committee of China's ruling Communist Party is meeting to set the course for the world's second-largest economy, amid growing concern at home and abroad over the country's economic slowdown.
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The Central Committee of China's ruling Communist Party has gathered to map out the direction of the country's economic and social targets. The congress comes amid growing concerns over China's slowing economy.
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