At the Chinese government’s last major meeting of the year, leaders committed to structural reforms and policies to stabilize a slowing economy. The Central Economic Work Conference (CEWC), which was Friday through Monday in Beijing, is an annual meeting of China’s top policymakers that sets economic goals for the coming year and is often an indication of policy priorities.
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Chinese leaders pledged to continue structural reforms and regional economic development in light of slowing GDP growth at last week’s Central Economic Work Conference (CEWC), held in Beijing. The conference, considered to be the last major meeting of the year for the Chinese government, reviewed China’s economic performance in 2014 and set the country’s economic agenda for the year to come.