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Chinese economist Gao Shangquan’s death a blow to pro-market camp within Communist Party

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The death of renowned economic reformer Gao Shangquan, who was also instrumental in Hong Kong’s handover from Britain to China, is a major loss to the pro-market camp within the Communist Party, a faction whose influence has been waning in recent years, experts said.Gao, the former president of China Society of Economic Reform and one of the minds behind the country’s reform and opening up from the late 1970s onwards, died on Sunday in Beijing, aged 92.One of China’s earliest advocates for a…

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The death of renowned economic reformer Gao Shangquan, who was also instrumental in Hong Kong’s handover from Britain to China, is a major loss to the pro-market camp within the Communist Party, a faction whose influence has been waning in recent years, experts said.Gao, the former president of China Society of Economic Reform and one of the minds behind the country’s reform and opening up from the late 1970s onwards, died on Sunday in Beijing, aged 92.One of China’s earliest advocates for a…

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