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November 8, 2012 6:06 AM

China’s Hu Jintao warns corruption could prove fatal to Communist Party

Ten years ago, there were hopes that Hu Jintao would bring reform to a Chinese Communist Party that had opened up the economy but maintained a hard-line, authoritarian style of governance. Now, with Hu stepping down as the nation’s president and the party’s general secretary, that central challenge remains.

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