China leader promises moderate reforms

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October 15, 2007 03:54

 
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Chinese Communist Party leader Hu Jintao opened a major party congress Monday by promising modest reforms to make governing institutions more responsive while strengthening one-party rule. "In deepening political restructuring, we must keep to the correct political orientation," Hu said in a speech opening the party's 17th congress. He also said the party had to pay more attention to taking a scientific outlook on development, a catchphrase for redistributing growth more equally and making more efficient use of energy.

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