China reforms likely to be slow as new leaders take charge

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Western investors are focussing on China's historic change of leadership this week to see how it might affect the government's economic strategy.

One of them is the global consulting firm Boston Consulting Group which is hired by major corporations for advice on everything from restructuring to entering new markets.

The firm's Chief Executive Officer Hans-Paul Burkner told Leisha Chi that China is unlikely to reform its economy at the pace many expect.

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