China: Continued Attempts to Grow through Investment Likely

December 19th, 2010
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GEI:  China's GDP growth rates in 2011 will be likely continue to be strong as high investment continues.

Follow up:

  Targets for lending are likely to be set around 7.5 trillion yuan (same as 2010) but they are almost certain to be exceeded.  Even the RMB 9.6 trillion for 2009 could be possible by the time the year is over.  Howver, by the end of 2011 there probably will be much more concern about rebalancing processes than about growth.  Read more.....  

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