China’s third plenum of the 18th Central Committee will be held Nov 9-12 in Beijing. As a big event in China, the gathering has grabbed the world’s attention. Given China’s economy has reached a crossroads that urgently needs for economic change, hopes are high that new Chinese leaders will launch reforms that can fundamentally change China, just as those from the third plenum of 11th Central Committee in 1978 that Deng Xiaoping announced the opening-up of China's economy. Will the meeting herald an economic revolution in China? What do you think should be the priorities on the government’s agenda?
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Perspectives on the Third Plenary Session of the 18th Communist Party of China