A paramilitary policeman holds the Chinese national flag at a flag lowering ceremony on Tiananmen square next to the Great Hall of the PeopleWith the aid of Kevin Yao BEIJING (Reuters) – China's leaders will unveil a reform agenda for the following decade on Tuesday, in the hunt for to steadiness the need to overhaul the arena's 2d-biggest financial system as it loses steam with retaining stability and to improve the Communist Birthday Celebration's energy. Economic reforms had been anticipated to dominate 4 days of closed-door talks that commenced on Saturday and concerned the 205-member Valuable Committee of China's ruling Communist Celebration. Some social and political concerns will have been tackled, however Western-fashion political reform have been almost certainly not on the agenda, analysts stated. President Xi Jinping and Superior Li Keqiang must unleash new growth drivers because the economy, after three many years of breakneck enlargement, starts to sputter, burdened by industrial overcapacity, piles of debt and eroding competitiveness.