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Asia | 6 March 2018 Why China will Miss its GDP Growth, Fiscal Deficit and RMB targets
China's National People's Congress yesterday laid out its main goals for this year, on the first day of its annual meeting.

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6 March 2018 Why China will Miss its GDP Growth, Fiscal Deficit and RMB targets

By Freya Beamish

China's National People's Congress yesterday laid out its main goals for this year, on the first day of its annual meeting.

Posted: 5th Mar 2018 in 'Asia'

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