The world will be watching who will get picked to implement economic policies at China's annual parliamentary session this year, notably the head of the central bank.
The reshuffling of financial regulatory chiefs could also see the setting up of a super regulatory body to give the central bank more powers to combat financial risks, say analysts. This comes as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) emphasised reforms to improve party and state governing institutions at the third plenum of its 19th Central Committee last week.
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