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Domestic Meeting, Global Influence
While determined to maintain "stable and relatively fast" economic growth, the top leaders pledged to combat inflation and continue restructuring the economy and improving people's livelihood
Mapping a Steady Course
China gears up to steer the economy toward more sustainable growth. But concerns are still rampant, especially over inflation and structural imbalances that are stretching the nerves of policymakers
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Main Tasks for 2011
Strengthen and improve macroeconomic regulations and maintain the stable and healthy development of the economy. Modernize agriculture and ensure supplies of agricultural products. Quicken structural adjustments
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Wrap Up  
- Main tasks for 2010
Raise the macro-control level and maintain stable and relatively fast economic growth
- Main tasks for 2009
Strengthen and improve macro-controls; implement a proactive fiscal policy and a moderately loose monetary policy
- Main tasks for 2008
Prevent economic growth from overheating, and prevent price rises that could lead to inflation
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