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Nov 18, 2022 07:38 PM
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Caixin Summit: China’s Growth Is ‘Too Slow,’ Says Top State Economist

Yang Weimin, CPPCC member and well-known economist. Photo: Caixin
Yang Weimin, CPPCC member and well-known economist. Photo: Caixin

China’s economy has grown too slowly this year and is not in an appropriate range, Yang Weimin, a member of the country’s top political consultative body, told the 13th Caixin Summit, highlighting the importance of striking a balance between development and regulation, as well as economic expansion and non-economic targets.

“The greatest risk in economic development these days is the too slow growth rate,” Yang said in a video speech to a panel audience in Beijing on Friday.

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