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Nation's GDP to Grow 9.4% in 2006
2005-12-12 13:01:47      Reuters
China's GDP is likely to grow 9.4% this year and about 9 % in 2006, a Chinese think tank said.  

China's GDP is likely to grow 9.4% this year and about 9 % in 2006, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), said in a report published on Monday.

The Financial News newspaper quoted a report by CASS, the government's leading think-tank, as saying that the growth slowdown would be modest, barring natural disasters and political instability. China's economy has grown at an annual rate of more than 9 percent for the last nine quarters, a record economists expect to be extended this quarter.

Growth in both 2004 and 2003 was 9.5 percent.

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