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China’s GDP target is the envy of others, scholar says

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(Why can China achieve 7% GDP growth rate? Why can't it achieve anything over 10% just because it is a mature economy? Your report didn't give me any explanation. Just because it is the second largest economy in the world, it therefore can achieve the target of 7% growth?)


reported by Keung Yu Ching (125057), 10th March, 2015


David Yeung, Head of Department of Business Administration of Hong Kong Shue Yan University, said that it is achievable for China to have 7 percent economic growth, “being the envy of other countries”.


Yeung explained that China is already the second largest economic system around the globe, getting more mature after the hard work of economic reforms for 20 years. “It is impossible for a mature economy to have a double-digit GDP growth each year,” Yeung said.


He claimed that a 7 percent growth is already “the envy of other well-developed countries”.


Premier Li Keqiang set the GDP growth target at 7 percent for 2015, down from 7.5 percent in last year, in his annual work report to the National People's Congress, expecting the slowest economic growth in 24 years.


Yeung suggested that China, the global center of manufacturing, should put stress on the quality of exports, but not only quantity in the future development.


He explained that other developing countries including Myanmar and Cambodia have emerged as China’s competitors. “China should make use of its strong labour force to maintain its economic growth,” Yeung said.


--125057 2015年3月10日 (二) 17:53 (UTC)
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