Director to be replaced by finance ministry official, Bloomberg reports National Bureau of Statistics Director Ma Jiantang is expected to leave his post and be replaced by a current vice-finance minister, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday. An ... CHINAdaily, 5 days ago
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New impetus for China's economic growth is gaining strength, and new economic growth pole lies in e-commerce and logistics industries, according to a report by Xinhua-run China Securities News on Thursday quoting Ma Jiantang, director of the ...Individual.com, 1 month ago China's economic growth continues to slow Al Jazeera, 1 month ago
[BEIJING] China will appoint Vice-Finance Minister Wang Baoan as the country's statistics chief, succeeding Ma Jiantang who has taken up a new job, government sources said on Wednesday. Mr Wang's appointment could be announced "in the near term", ...BT Invest, 5 days ago China vice finmin tipped to be new stats chief -govt sources Sharenet, 5 days ago
China's slackened pace of GDP growth over recent years has stirred world-wide concern about the country's economy. Official data released in late February showed that China's GDP expanded by 7.4 per cent in 2014. This rate met the government's ...The Star (Kenya), 1 month ago China confident of economic development Zimbabwe Herald, 1 month ago China needs a better unemployment gauge Shanghai Daily, 1 month ago Chinese leadership confident in economy despite slowdown in growth Global Times, 1 month ago
Domestic consumption surpassed investment to become the strongest driving force of the Chinese economy in 2014, indicating a new growth model has already started forming as the country enters a new normal development era, the National Bureau of ...China Government, 1 month ago CENTRAL PEOPLE GOVERNMENT OF PEOPLE RE : Consumption: key for driving growth 4 Traders, 1 month ago Consumption becomes key driver of economy China Daily Asia, 1 month ago Consumption becomes key driver of China's economy Ecns.cn, 1 month ago
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The gap between real growth and the government statistics has never seemed wider than today, notes Rahul Jacob. Image: Gap between real growth and the government statistics has never seemed wider than today. Photograph: Reuters For the past decade and a half, economists have grappled with the puzzle of just how reliable China’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate numbers are. Not only did the numbers come in consistently close to the Communist Party’s ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
For the past decade and a half, economists have grappled with the puzzle of just how reliable China's gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate numbers are. Not only did the numbers come in consistently close to the Communist Party's goals for GDP ...Business Standard India, 2 months ago
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