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China's Y/Y GDP growth fell to 9.5% - down from Q1's 9.7%, but slightly higher than the expected...

China's Y/Y GDP growth fell to 9.5% - down from Q1's 9.7%, but slightly higher than the expected 9.4%. June industrial output was up 15.1% Y/Y, while retail sales were up 17.7% - all amid Premier Wen Jiabao's reiteration that slowing down inflation is the country's No. 1 concern.
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  • Hypnos7
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    What's the inflation rate? What is the *real* GDP growth, measured by purchasing power parity?

     

    These figures would give a clearer picture.
    12 Jul 2011, 10:21 PM Reply Like
  • Barry Crocker
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    It's certainly given the Asian markets something to feel good about for a few minutes.
    12 Jul 2011, 10:32 PM Reply Like
  • DaveW
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    Vibrant infrastructure and urban growth! /sarc

     

    www.businessinsider.co...
    12 Jul 2011, 11:02 PM Reply Like
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