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China’s new Guard: Who’s Who Interactive guide

More than 2,000 delegates to China’s Communist Party Congress are in Beijing for a once-a-decade shift in power. The new, younger leaders will face the challenge of tackling rampant corruption, energizing a waning economy and asserting China’s influence in the world.

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By 2030, more than 1 billion people in China will be classed as middle-class

More than 2,000 delegates to China’s Communist Party Congress are in Beijing for a once-a-decade shift in power.

The new, younger leaders will face the challenge of tackling rampant corruption, energizing a waning economy and asserting China’s influence in the world. For a better understanding of who’s who, follow our interactive guide.

via China’s Changing of the Guard: Who’s Who.

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