China’s leadership transition doesn’t look good if you’re a foreign business - Quartz. China’s 18th party congress began today. The country’s new leaders, whose identities will be formally revealed on or around November 15, look likely to be a fairly conservative group when it comes to economic and political reform. That shouldn’t harm China’s giant import and export markets, but it augurs badly for foreign companies, particularly in the banking and media sectors, who are hoping to get rich selling services to China’s close to 1.4 billion consumers. Naked capitalism. Center for Advanced Hindsight.
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