China’s Top Leaders Meet to Lay Out Five-Year Economic Plan

By Kyodo News 27 October 2020

BEIJING—China’s senior leaders began Monday a four-day gathering to lay out a new five-year economic plan, state-run media reported, as the world’s second-biggest economy has shown signs of recuperating from the coronavirus pandemic.

The next plan, covering 2021 to 2025, is the first to be crafted by the ruling Communist Party since the Chinese economy was hit by the virus outbreak, first detected late last year in the central city of Wuhan, a major business and transportation hub.

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