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China: Seven percent growth hard to reach this year

It will be no small achievement to get the economy in China to grow by seven percent this year, admitted the Chinese Prime Minister, Li Keqiang, on Sunday.

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It could be a challenge to get the economy in China to grow by seven percent this year, admitted the Chinese Prime Minister, Li Keqiang, on Sunday. But the government's goal for 2015 is a seven percent growth.

Therefore, Li Keqiang told the government that the authorities will do what is necessary to ensure the growth - as long as it is within reason.

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