Premier Li Keqiang has made it clear that amid a push for structural reforms aimed at sustainable economic expansion, the government would regard GDP growth around 7.5 per cent as acceptable. Premier Li Keqiang has made it clear that amid a push for structural reforms aimed at sustainable economic expansion, the government would regard GDP growth around 7.5 per cent as acceptable.
Premier Li Keqiang has made it clear that amid a push for structural reforms aimed at sustainable economic expansion, the government would regard GDP growth around 7.5 per cent as acceptable.
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Premier Li Keqiang has made it clear that amid a push for structural reforms aimed at sustainable economic expansion, the government would regard GDP growth around 7.5 per cent as acceptable. Premier Li Keqiang has made it clear that amid a push for structural reforms aimed at sustainable economic expansion, the government would regard GDP growth around 7.5 per cent as acceptable.
Premier Li Keqiang has made it clear that amid a push for structural reforms aimed at sustainable economic expansion, the government would regard GDP growth around 7.5 per cent as acceptable.
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