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China’s GDP to grow by at least 5.5 per cent annually in next five years, former Chongqing mayor Huang Qifan says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s average annual economic growth could be at least 5.5 per cent in the next five years and consistently expand at 5 per cent through 2035, Huang Qifan, a former mayor of Chongqing, said in a speech on Tuesday.Huang, who retired from his mayoral position in 2016 and is now a government researcher, made the comments in an online webinar during the Credit Suisse China Investment Conference, painting a rosy picture of the world’s second biggest economy under Beijing’s new “dual circulation”…

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China’s average annual economic growth could be at least 5.5 per cent in the next five years and consistently expand at 5 per cent through 2035, Huang Qifan, a former mayor of Chongqing, said in a speech on Tuesday.Huang, who retired from his mayoral position in 2016 and is now a government researcher, made the comments in an online webinar during the Credit Suisse China Investment Conference, painting a rosy picture of the world’s second biggest economy under Beijing’s new “dual circulation”…

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