2017 Could Mark End of China’s Decelerated Economic Growth, Senior Government Researcher Says
(Beijing) — The Chinese economy may have bottomed out after years of decelerated growth, and this year could mark the start of stable expansion that will probably last for more than a decade, a senior government researcher has predicted.
The world’s second-largest economy has been seeking equilibrium over the past few years, according to Liu Shijin, formerly a deputy chief of the Development Research Center (DRC) of the State Council, China’s cabinet.
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