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China’s big new infrastructure plan prioritises national security in face of ‘extreme conditions’ at home, abroad

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The top-level plan is seen as a departure from when Beijing underscored financial risk controls last year, and it comes just ahead of a Politburo meeting that will lay out priorities to tackle mounting risks.

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The top-level plan is seen as a departure from when Beijing underscored financial risk controls last year, and it comes just ahead of a Politburo meeting that will lay out priorities to tackle mounting risks.

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