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Three takeaways for PBs from China’s 20th party congress

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China could start to relax its zero-COVID policy by March next year, according to a UBS analysis of economic policy issues arising from the Communist Party of China’s 20th Party Congress. Chinese leader Xi Jinping delivered messages on other key topics apart from COVID-19, including the ailing property market and the embattled geopolitical situation during his almost two-hour opening address…

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