We told you this morning about changes announced in China to its one-child policy, as well as an announcement that it was ending its re-education camps. But those aren’t the only changes announced Friday by the Communist Party.
Read original article – Published November 15, 2013 9:06 AM
China Unveils Major Economic Changes
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