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China GDP: economic growth could exceed ‘above 6 per cent’ target, Premier Li Keqiang says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s economic growth this year could exceed a target of “above 6 per cent,” with the government seeking stable expansion and job creation, Premier Li Keqiang said Monday in a meeting with foreign business executives.“We need to seek a balance between growth, income, and employment, and we cannot pursue economic growth based on high energy consumption and heavy pollution,” Li said, according to a statement from the State Council. China needs growth in employment and income, and will have to…

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China’s economic growth this year could exceed a target of “above 6 per cent,” with the government seeking stable expansion and job creation, Premier Li Keqiang said Monday in a meeting with foreign business executives.“We need to seek a balance between growth, income, and employment, and we cannot pursue economic growth based on high energy consumption and heavy pollution,” Li said, according to a statement from the State Council. China needs growth in employment and income, and will have to…

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