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Contributing to the World
More support and more international cooperation will make China more open, while opening up will bring China better economic development, which will make a greater contribution to world economic growth
The Engine of the World

In 2010, with an abundance of uncertainty about the U.S. economy and debt-laden Europe, China continued to lead the world economy out of the gloom. The robust economic growth of China has provided a much-needed boost to the recovery of world economy and has even spurred its growth

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Top 10 Events in 2010
Economic Recovery Continues
Macro-control Measures Toughened
Exchange Rate Reform Proceeds
Shanghai Stock Exchange Marks 20 Years
China Raises One-Year Interest Rates
China Braces Holiday Shopping Season
China's Contribution
- China gave $50 billion to the IMF and requested the money be used to help lesser developed countries
- China signed bilateral currency swap agreements worth $97.58 billion with a number of countries and regions in a bid to cope with the global financial crisis                               more
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