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China whips up reform expectations from key meeting

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Chinese state media on Sunday whipped up expectations for economic reforms from a key Communist Party meeting, but warned changes would be hard to implement. 

Chinese leaders and officials arrive at the Jingxi Hotel, where the Communist Party Central Committee's Third Plenum is being held in Beijing on November 9, 2013

Chinese leaders on Saturday began a four-day meeting, known as the Third Plenum, to chart the direction of the world's second-biggest economy as it faces a slew of challenges from slowing growth to widespread environmental degradation.

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