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Diplomats look for policy in "two sessions"

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Diplomats from many countries are expressing great interest in the workings of China's political system, with the opening of the annual session of the National People's Congress.

Slovenian ambassador Marija Adanja. 

In their own way, they represent the international eyes during China's most high-profile political event. And they're keenly interested in understanding the legislature and top advisory body.

It is the first time for Australian Ambassador Frances Adamson to attend the two sessions.

Her priority is to learn about the government's targets for the year ahead.

The political season, Liang Hui, provides a good chance for them to learn about China's decision-making process. China is expected to map out an economic growth target of 7.5 percent for 2012.

The diplomats are eager to see how China plans to achieve this. This is Slovenian Ambassador Adanja's third time at the sessions.

She has been following the economic restructuring in China.

For diplomats, studying the government report could help them better understand China. They hope the sessions will yield practical, realistic solutions rather than just formal words.


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