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Pushing Quality Growth
China's annual Central Economic Work Conference reviews developments in the past year and outlines goals for the next. But this year's conference grabs special attention because it is the first of its kind since the new leadership of the ruling Communist Party of China came to power
Advancing Economic Reforms
China will further expand reform and opening up and continue its macroeconomic policies, but in a prudent manner described as "active and steady"
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A Stable 2012, a Promising 2013
After achieving a soft landing in 2012, China's economy must focus on steady and quality growth rather than a high growth rate
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Picking Up Steam
After seven consecutive quarters of slow growth, a turnaround is underway
A More Global Yuan
Sales of RQFII products prove international demand for the renminbi is growing
Dawn of Trade Recovery
Unable to reach 10-percent growth target this year, China rethinks foreign trade
Slower, Yet Promising
Economic figures for the third quarter indicate a further slowdown
Major Tasks for 2013
- Improving macro-control and promoting sustainable and sound economic development

- Ensuring a steady supply of farm produce

- Accelerating the adjustment of the country's industrial structure and improving its overall industrial quality
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Annual Sino-U.S. Trade Talks Begin
Property Market Control Continues in 2013
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