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Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation - Thu, 15 Nov 2012 11:19 GMT
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Nov 15 (Reuters) - China's ruling Communist Party selected a new leadership team on Thursday that will rule the world's second-biggest economy for at least the next five years. LATEST NEWS > China Communist Party unveils new leadership > ANALYSTS VIEW - China unveils new leadership > Scripted political theatre for new leaders > Politburo has more women, is barely younger > Great Wall to Great Hall: Not that interested > China rails against protectionism at congress > China state insurers give thumbs up to party > China dodges politically sensitive questions > Buried in text: Chinese political experiment? > Financial reformers adapt Party rhetoric > At China party congress, allegiance supreme > China economy recovering, bad debt dismissed INSIGHT & ANALYSIS > China turns to machines as farmers quit field > China's ex-president overshadows congress > Mission impossible: a date for Hu's handover > In new era, how much of Mao will survive? > Political ambition comes at a monumental cost > Green protests get headlines, not results > Weibo poses danger, opportunity for leaders > China's other power struggle > Surprisingly, China's newspapers criticise > Expect feisty defence from Bo Xilai PROFILES > Xi raised by elite, steeled by turmoil > Premier-in-waiting schooled in free thought > Does Xi Jinping have a soft spot for Tibet? > Housing drive gives measure of next premier > Wang Yang: reformist credentials tested > "Little Hu" cast for big future role > No dramatic change expected from new team GRAPHICS > China's leadership structure VIDEO - REUTERS INSIDER > China's new leaders COMMENTARY > China's leadership line-up gets 6.5 out of 10 > Old hands become China's new finance guards > How to make sense of leaders line-up in China > Hu throws down gauntlet with China GDP target > Reforms could trigger domino effect > China's SOEs aren't earning their keep > China insider expos? is explosive > Pigeons and paranoia belie China's calm > China's anti-personality cult needs revision > "Mao-ville" plans show China's stresses ESSENTIAL BACKGROUND > FACTBOX-China's new Communist leadership > Short history of China's party congresses > Understanding the 18th party Congress > Chinese worried about graft, inequality (Compiled by Asia Desk)

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