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How to read between the lines of China’s latest Five-Year Plan

China's annual meeting of the National People's Congress set government policies for the year on issues ranging from economic growth to military spending and pollution.

If you’d other things to get this done weekend, like taking the kids to hockey, planning that last-minute winter vacation, or organizing your sock drawer, you may have missed the annual National People’s Congress taking place in Beijing.

The NPC is ostensibly the ultimate decision-making body in China, which meets annually to review and hang government policy. Of course, this really is China, so its power is basically ceremonials and its meeting is carefully orchestrated. Dissent is rare to non-existent: the 3,000 party officials gathered at the NPC wouldn’t think of challenging the authority of the Communist Party or President Xi Jinping, a minimum of not in public. You will find generally few surprises.

The Oscars, this ain’t.

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