China to mark 70 years of Communist Party rule

Parades on Tuesday are expected to reflect the country's growing wealth and military strength.

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    Beijing is preparing to mark 70 years since the Communist Party seized power.

    Parades on Tuesday are expected to reflect the country's growing wealth and military strength.

    But experts are warning increasing government control over the economy could be China's biggest threat.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports from Beijing.


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