Chinese Premier Wen said his country is committed to deepening reforms of the political system when delivering a speech to the Roral Society.
A combination of inflation and corruption could be enough to hurt the stability of a state,Wen said.
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Demonstrations in Hanoi, capital of Vietnam, have ratcheted up over a maritime row with Beijing.
Mexican central bank governor Agustin Carstens started a visit to Beijing Thursday to tout support for his bid to head the IMF.
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