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07 March 2017

Stability over quantity: how China will prioritise its targets for 2017

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On 3 March China’s political elite kicked off the annual parliamentary meetings, the so-called 'Two Sessions'. In collaboration with our sister company Verisk Maplecroft, this inform presents an overview of China’s economic policy priorities for the coming 12 months. Policy makers in Beijing need a steady hand to navigate through challenges and meet the official GDP growth target of ‘around 6.5%’ in 2017, particularly given the added political importance of an upcoming leadership reshuffle. 

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