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China May Revamp Rural-Land Rights as Part of Reforms

China Politburo member Yu Zhengsheng said the Communist Party would consider “unprecedented” economic reforms next month, as a top research agency proposed changes to rural land ownership rules and social security.

The Development Research Center under the State Council, or cabinet, has also proposed adding “outside investors” to boost competition, China News Service reported Oct. 26, citing a publicly released plan. Yu’s comments in the southern city of Nanning were reported Oct. 26 by the official Xinhua News Agency.