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China's leaders call for economic reform after meeting

13 November 2013 Last updated at 01:56 GMT

China's leaders have called for a "comprehensive deepening of economic reforms".

Communist Party leaders have just concluded a major policy meeting at which they said markets must play a more "decisive" role in the economy.

Other commitments included a new committee to oversee national security, along with a recognition for farmers who need more property rights.

From Beijing, Martin Patience reports.

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