In March, the National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s top legislature, and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the nation’s leading political advisory body, will convene for their annual gatherings, which are known colloquially as the “lianghui” or “Two Sessions.” As one of the most important events on the Chinese political calendar every year, the “Two Sessions” provide an important bellwether for taking stock of the Chinese leadership’s policy prescriptions and strategic priorities for the year ahead. However, this year’s meetings carry even greater significance than usual since they will unveil the leadership line-up in government bodies for President Xi Jinping’s second five-year term and mark the first “Two Sessions” held since the president proclaimed the beginning of a “new era” for China at the 19th Party Congress in October. H+K’s Government and Public Affairs (GPA) Team has prepared below a collection of insights and analysis to help guide our clients through the meetings and decipher their implications for businesses. For more in-depth support, please contact us at:  



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