Ma Jiantang, head of the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), gestures while speaking at a press conference in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 20, 2015. China's gross domestic product (GDP) grew 7.4 percent in 2014, registering the weakest expansion ... Xinhua News Agency, 1 week ago
New GDP calculation - Global Times, 1 month ago
NBS to publicize revised GDP for 2013 Fri., significant revision unlikely - Individual.com, 1 month ago
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Ma Jiantang responds to the questions at a press conference in Beijing, Jan. 20. (File photo/Xinhua) Claims that China has overtaken the United States as the world's largest economy were denied by the head of China's National Bureau of ...Want China Times, 1 week ago 'We need to be cautious in applying the study results' WorldNetDaily, 6 days ago China denies being world's largest economy Zimbabwe Herald, 1 week ago China denies being world's No.1 economy Individual.com, 1 week ago
BEIJING — One of China's richest men is suing six local governments for late payments on infrastructure contracts, in a rare legal action that highlights the risks of unpaid debts cascading through the country's economy. Local government ...Today Online, 1 day ago
China's urban population has reached its highest ever level according to recent reports from China's National Bureau of Statistics. Data from China's National Bureau of Statistics shows that people residing in towns and cities reached 750 million, ...China.org.cn, 2 days ago
BEIJING, Jan. 20 (Xinhua) -- China's economy grew 7.4 percent in 2014, the weakest annual expansion in 24 years, but still in line with market expectations, as the country braces for a "new normal" of slower yet higher quality growth. Last year, ...Xinhua News Agency, 2 days ago China's 7.4% growth in 2014 a 24-year low Want China Times, 1 week ago Lowest Chinese economic growth in 24 years Russia Today, 1 week ago 2nd LD-Writethru-Xinhua Insight: China's growth at 24-year low, further easing expected Individual.com, 1 week ago
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By Craig Stephen, MarketWatch HONG KONG (MarketWatch) -- Chinese leaders have been quick to put on a brave face after the ignominy of missing their economic-growth targets for first time since 1998. But while Premier Li Keqiang was telling global ...TD Ameritrade, 3 days ago UPDATE: The real reason China isn't the world's biggest economy TD Ameritrade, 2 days ago
CPCG is China's largest private sector infrastructure company in an industry traditionally dominated by state-owned enterprises. Last year it was ranked 166th on the Forbes 500 list of the world's largest companies, with $60 billion in annual ...CNBC, 2 days ago
The IMF estimates at major financial leadership can be incorrect, according to Chinese officials. According to them, China has never been 1 economy in the world, despite the statement in Davos. The Chinese economy is not classified a leading ...RIN.ru, 2 days ago
HI-TECH CONVENIENCE: A worker prints the back of a chair with a 3D printer in Anji, east China's Zhejiang Province, on January 15 (XU YU) China's economy grew at a rate of 7.4 percent in 2014 amidst its painstaking efforts to carry out structural ...Beijing Review, 2 days ago
BEIJING--China's urban unemployment rate stood at 4.09% at the end of 2014, slightly down from the 4.1% recorded a year earlier, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security said Friday. China's urban jobless rate, which has long been ...4 Traders, 6 days ago
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