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China's Two Sessions: setting the boundaries for reform


China's Two Sessions: setting the boundaries for reform

Report summary

China's leadership has set boundaries for pursuing economic reform that limit downside risks to China's energy and metals demand in 2015. The government will not allow unemployment to rise above 4.5%, fiscal deficits below RMB 1.62 trillion, or financial risks to become unmanageable. If any of these are at risk of being breached the government will back-off its reform agenda.

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  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
  • Economy: reforms being pursued but not at any cost
  • Market based reforms: new measures, but progress varies by sector
    • Upstream: focus on capital discipline; broad consolidation unlikely
    • Steel and metals: fully open to foreign investment but pace will be slow
    • Coal: politics trump reform
      • Coal production
      • The environment: clear priority, but new rules may lose out to GDP
      • Final thoughts

In this report there are 3 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
  • Economy: reforms being pursued but not at any cost
    • Economic targets
  • Market based reforms: new measures, but progress varies by sector
    • Gas production by company
    • China's Two Sessions: setting the boundaries for reform: Image 3
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