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China and the United States should work together to boost trade cooperation rather than confrontation, said China’s Premier Wenjiabao

China has ample room to cut the reserve requirement ratio for banks, central bank Governor Zhou Xiaochuan has said today, adding that any decision should be based on market liquidity condition.

China's CPI rose 3.2% while PPI rose 1% year-on-year in February.

"We follow the rules of the WTO, but we have no obligation to follow laws or regulations in any specific country that go beyond international rules"

Both of the targets are "reasonable but the 4 percent growth projection in CPI could not easily come by"

“Based on current energy intensity (the ratio of energy consumption to economic output), even the global resources would be insufficient for China if sustains a stable growth of 7-8 percent”

In 2012, the budget for the central government's state capital operations will be further expanded to include enterprises affiliated to some ministries and commissions, and more funds will be used to ensure and improve people's living standards.

China will continue to follow a positive fiscal policy and a prudent monetary policy in 2012

China aims to grow its economy by 7.5 percent in 2012, the first time to set its target at below 8 percent in eight years

Currency intervention is a valid instrument for central banks of emerging markets to use alongside interest rates,IMF said

The official manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) rose to 51.0 from January's 50.5

The consumer price index (CPI) in China is forecast to grow 3.2 percent in Feb., compared with a 4.1 percent increase in the previous month

A recent World Bank research report calls for a shift of China's development and growth model, in which strategic reforms are needed to avert a hard-landing among other risks

Earlier reports that China is prepared to lend 100 billion U.S. dollars to the International Monetary Efforts are "purely rumor."

The gauge gained 1.6 percent to 225.7 from December, following a 0.8 percent increase in December and a 0.5 percent increase in November

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