Plan will ease slightly the one-child policy, develop a "mixed-ownership economy," and accelerate convertibility of the yuan, among other changes.
By Bloomberg News|November 15, 2013 at 09:39 AM
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In the biggest expansion of economic freedoms since at least the 1990s, China’s leaders vowed to expand farmers’ land rights, loosen the one-child policy, and encourage private investment in state businesses.
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