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China quarterly update, February 2007 (Chinese)

This paper commences with an overview that provides the following observations: economic growth eased slightly in the second half of 2006, as strong external trade offset much of the impact of slower investment; near-term prospects remain broadly favorable; China's internal macro challenges remain manageable, but the external imbalance is on the rise; while growth has been impressive in recent years, in the medium-term China will increasingly rely on new sources of growth; and the third national financial work conference held in January set out directions for major financial sector reform. The paper goes on to list: recent economic developments, economic prospects and policies, financial sector policies and developments and corporate sector policies and developments.


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    China quarterly update, February 2007

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China quarterly update, February 2007 (Chinese). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.