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Trend growth could slow gradually to around 6.5 percent by 2030, while real GDP growth is likely to drop to 5.4 percent.

Leaders of the five countries, meeting at the BRICS summit in the resort city of Durban, are set to approve the establishment of a new development bank and the creation of a $100 billion contingency fund

The government will hike the percentage of dividends handed over to the state by SOEs, on a gradual base, said Lou Jiwei

Chinese economy is exhibiting the same worrying symptoms that triggered the 2008 financial crisis, warned economists at Nomura.

the central bank is considering stabilizing prices as well as inflationary expectations through monetary policies and other measures.

Urbanization rate in the province is projected to rise about 0.8 percent annually in the years

Growth of China's consumer price index accelerated to 3.2 percent in February, from 2.0 percent in January beating expectations and stoking worries of policy tightening

Exports grew 21.8 percent to 875.1 billion ($139.4 billion) in February while imports down 15.2 percent to 779 billion ($124.1 billion) year on year, leaving a surplus of 96.15 billion ($15.3 billion)

China said it would maintain its economic growth target at 7.5 percent for 2013, while setting a lower inflation goal of 3.5 percent

China's inflation is expected to grow around 3 percent this year, and that Beijing has confidence to curb inflation,said Yi Gang

The final HSBC manufacturing PMI was unchanged from its flash reading released earlier, showing a slight moderation to a four-month low of 50.4 compared with its 52.3 final reading in January

"February's PMI continued to tread lower, indicating economic growth is set to shift from a rebounding trend to that of stabilization," said Zhang Liqun

Survye shows nearly 80 percent of Chinese residents expect CPI to rise by a large margin this year while three-quarters of respondents fear their lives could be largely affected by rising food prices.

The preliminary reading of HSBC PMI was 50.4 in February, down from January's final of 52.3.

China's urban per capital gross domestic product rose 12.6 percent year-on-year in 2012 to 24,565 yuan while the growth was 13.5 percent for rural residents whose disposable income stood at 7,917 yuan in the year

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