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Man on the move in China

The recent elevation of Vice President Xi Jinping to a vice chairmanship of China's powerful Central Military Commission appeared to place him squarely in position to become the country's next president. Xi's ascent marks the rise of China's "princelings," the children of top party elders.

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Man on the move in China
Photos | The recent elevation of Vice President Xi Jinping to a vice chairmanship of China's powerful Central Military Commission appeared to place him squarely in position to become the country's next president. Xi's ascent marks the rise of China's "princelings," the children of top party elders.

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