Decoding China’s 20th Party Congress

What does this meeting entail?

Publishing date
18 October 2022

The 20th National Party Congress of the Chinese Communist Party commenced on 16 October and will run for seven days. The Congress takes place every five years and is the most important political event in the People’s Republic of China. Giuseppe Porcaro and Alicia Garcia-Herrero invite Chenggang Xu, Senior research fellow at Stanford Center on China’s Economy and Institutions to navigate the decisions that are to be taken in this gathering and whether they meet the predictions.

This episode is part of the ZhōngHuá Mundus series of The Sound of Economics.

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