At sixes and sevens over Chinese growth

China's growth target is 7.5 per cent but with its hands tightly on the economic levers and a growing need to rebalance, Beijing can afford to be less fixated with targets.

One of the oddities in the discussion about China’s economic growth rate is the way in which its slowing is interpreted despite the fact that the explicit and stated objective of its new leadership is a slowing and re-orientation of growth.

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One of the oddities in the discussion about China’s economic growth rate is the way in which its slowing is interpreted despite the fact that the explicit and stated objective of its new leadership is a slowing and re-orientation of growth.

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