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September 06, 2011
A combination picture shows (L) Chinese Finance Minister Xie Xuren at a meeting in Tokyo February 10,...
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A combination picture shows (L) Chinese Finance Minister Xie Xuren at a meeting in Tokyo February 10, 2008, and his possible successor (R) Lou Jiwei, Chairman and CEO of China Investment Corporation, perspiring as he addresses the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong January 20, 2010. China has begun work on an 18-month reshuffle of its top economic and regulatory policy officials as part of a leadership transition that will see President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao hand their posts to a younger generation. Finance Minister Xie Xuren, who will turn 65 next October. Lou Jiwei, who heads up China's massive sovereign wealth fund, CIC, is a ministerial candidate, though he is also a contender for a new state enterprise regulatory agency, sources said. To match Insight CHINA-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (L), and Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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