Slow But Steady for 2015
Although China's 2014 growth rate has kept within the range of approximately 7 percent, the economy has shifted downward. At the Central Economic Work Conference held from December 9-11, Chinese leaders reviewed the country's economy in 2014 and mapped out plans for 2015
Pointing the Way Forward

One of the most fruitful developments of last year's Central Economic Work Conference was the decision to establish a central leading team for "comprehensively deepening reform" to spearhead reforms across all areas of society.

What are the China's major tasks for 2015? What does the "new normal" mean?

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- Slashing Debt
Are public-private partnerships the key to curbing government debt?
- Safeguarding Deposits
Launch of long-awaited deposit insurance paves the way for more daring financial reforms
- Calling Private Investors
Authorities expect a positive chain reaction from relaxed private investment restrictions
- Now Is the Time for IPO Reform
Using the registration-based IPO system to replace previous approval-based system has become an urgent task
- Investment Still Matters
The Chinese economy has entered a "new normal" characterized by a slowed growth rate
- Right Timing for Price Reform
Price reform is the touchstone for the market-oriented reform
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