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China's GDP, CPI Surge to Decade Highs
The Chinese economy grew 11.4 percent in 2007, the biggest increase since 1994 while the consumer price index rose by 4.8 percent, the highest level in more than a decade.
China Consumption Largest Part of 2007 GDP Growth
Growth in consumption accounted for the largest share of GDP growth in 2007, the first time consumption has been in this position since 2001, the official China Securities Journal reported.
China Well Preserves Growth while Fighting Inflation
Many factors are driving up inflation in China, some of them being felt throughout the world, and the government is turning to various methods to deal with the situation.
China's CPI Rises 4.8 Percent in 2007
China saw its last year's inflation rate rise 4.8 percent, the highest level in more than a decade, which may force the government to take further tightening measures.
CPI News
• China's CPI Rises 4.8 Percent in 2007
• Consumer Prices Hit a Peak at 4.8 Percent
• China Intervenes in Commodity Prices
• China's Economy, Inflation to Grow at Slower Pace
• Employer Confidence Index Slips amid Overheating Concerns: Survey
• China's CPI Jumps 6.9 Percent in November
• China Says Inflation Reached 6.5 pct in October
• China's CPI Up 4.1 pct in First Nine Months
Opinions and Analysis
• China to Curb "Structural Price Rise" to "Obvious Inflation": Expert
• Morgan Stanley: China on Journey to Imported Soft Landing
• US Economic Recession Likely Boon for China in Trade, Investment
• Opinions Differ over More Rate Rises or Cuts
• Pursue Balanced Growth
• Global Downturn Won't Hit China Badly
• GDP Growth the Highest in 14 Years
• Slowdown May Help China
• Concerns over Overheated Economy Unwarranted
• Slowdown to Have Only Mild Effect on China: Zhou
Chinese Economic Development
v China's GDP Grows 11.4 Percent in 2007
v NDRC Sees 08 GDP Growth at 11%, CPI at 4%
v Rural-Urban Income Gap Continues to Widen in China
v Chinese Investors' Results Mixed in 2007
v Employer Confidence Index Slips amid Overheating Concerns: Survey
v China Sees 13.6 Pct Rise in Foreign Investment in 1st 11 Months
Economic and Monetary Policies
v China Hikes Bank Reserve Ratio to 15%
v China Raises Interest Rates for Sixth Time This Year
v Reserve Ratio Reaches Record
v China's Economic Plan Aims to "Shoot Two Hawks with One Arrow"
v Central Economic Conference Foresees Tasks for 2008
v China to Allow Foreign Gov'ts to Issue Yuan Bonds
v China to further Check Excess Liquidity, Inflation
v Cooling Fires of China's Fast-Growing Economy
Global Economic Impact
v White House, Congress Reach Deal on Economic Stimulus Package
v CBO Does not Expect U.S. Economy to Slide into Recession
v Euro-zone Economy Better than U.S. Counterpart
v U.S. Decline Could Moderate China's Economic Growth in 2008: U.N.
v China Warns of Weak International Demand as Global Economy Slows
CRI Reports
• China Determined to Maintain Good Momentum of Economic Development
• 2008-01-25 China Economics in 2007
• China's Machinery Industry Sees Strengthened Self-innovative Capability
• Housing Prices Are Expected to Keep Rising in 2008
• China to Continue Transformation of Trade Growth
• China Continues Efforts for Sound Economy
• 2007-12-26 China Economics in 2008
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