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What to Watch for in China's Politburo Meeting, From Property Crisis to Covid Zero

  • Top decision-making body usually meets at the end of July
  • Goal of ‘around 5.5%’ growth could be downplayed, tweaked
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China’s Politburo to Meet This Week

China’s leaders will have the chance to revisit this year’s ambitious official economic growth target during a meeting of key policy makers expected this week. 

The Politburo -- the country’s top decision-making body -- usually holds its July meeting at the end of the month, when its 25 members assess the economy’s performance during the first half and set priorities for the remainder of the year.