January 2003

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Will China’s new leaders alter energy policies?

The most recent changes of the top leadership in China will not lead to any immediate major policy changes in the country, say analysts with FACTS, Inc., Honolulu, Hawaii. Hu Jintao is ..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The most recent changes of the top leadership in China will not lead to any immediate major policy changes in the country, say analysts with FACTS, Inc., Honolulu, Hawaii. Hu Jintao is expected to soon become president and is reputed to be very cautious. He is aware that his new regime is shadowed by many heavyweight old guards. "Preserving stability is the consensus among top Chinese leaders and to keep the continuity of the existing policies appears to be the best way to ensure stability for now," according to this analysis. Among Chinese leaders is an unwritten understanding. If one top leader approves something, othe

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