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Maintaining Growth
China's GDP grew 9.2 percent in 2011, a remarkable achievement outshining many other countries. However, the current condition of the national economy is less than appealing. A consensus has been made that stabilizing growth should be the primary goal for China's economic development
Throttling Down

Since exporters took a heavy blow from sluggish Western economies, China's economic growth was predominantly homegrown last year. China will maintain its proactive fiscal policy and prudent monetary policy this year

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Out of concern over a hard landing, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology researches a package of policies aimed at supporting small and medium-sized enterprises
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