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Li Keqiang: China on course to import $10trn of goods

Beijing: Li Keqiang, the premier of China, says in a signed article that China will import goods totalling $10trn in the next five years, and foreign investment will reach $500bn.

“On China’s development opportunities, for instance China’s 2012 GDP was 3.2 times compared to the GDP of 2000 based on the comparable pricing, the growth was more than double; in order to achieve another doubling of GDP in 2020 an average annual growth of about 7% is needed,” Li said. [28/05/13]


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