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President Xi Jinping first proposed his Belt and Road Initiative in 2013.
President Xi Jinping Reiterates Supply-side Structural Reform, Accusing Some Officials of 'Missing the Point'

President Xi Jinping first proposed his Belt and Road Initiative in 2013.
President Xi Jinping on Chinese Economy's Driver's Seat: SCMP

President Xi Jinping first proposed his Belt and Road Initiative in 2013.
Chinese President Xi Jinping Clarifies Economic Policy Shift

China's stock markets remain volatile amid economic fears.
China's Anonymous 'Authoritative' Figure Reveals Economic Policy Shift

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China wants more positive views on economy from financial journalists.
China Censors Economists' Comments on the Country's Finances

China's economic growth decreased in 2015 compared to 2010.
China Might Be Held Up in Middle-income Trap

Vice Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao acknowledged the Federal Reserve as a
Mainland Hopes to Get Boost from Federal Reserve: China's Vice Finance Minister

China's economy showed positive signs of recovery in the first quarter of 2016. However, analysts are still cautious about whether it will continue for the rest of the year.
China's Economy Shows Signs of Recovery in First Quarter of 2016

China acts on a looming financial crisis brought about by the debt explosion.
China's Efforts Not Enough to Cure Debt Problem: Analysts

Finance Minister Lou Jiwei is unfazed by downgraded rating on China's economy.
Finance Official Fires Back at Rating Firms After Lowered China Outlook

Finance Minister Lou Jiwei is unfazed by downgraded rating on China's economy.
Finance Minister Lou Jiwei on China's Downgraded Economy: 'I Do Not Care About Such Rating'

For 2016, the Chinese government has set a 6.5 to 7 percent economic growth target.
China's Economic Planner Optimistic Country's Target Growth Rate Will Be Achieved

China has been able to establish 75 overseas economic and trade cooperation zones in 35 participating countries and regions.
Belt and Road Initiative in Its Early Stage Has Already Contributed to Economic Growth

China’s growing economy is a testament to its rising development over the past 30 years, but Michie contends that China must employ a number of people to sustain the country’s improvement.
Chinese Firms Should Slow Down in Foreign Expansion, Says Expert

Liu replaced 57-year-old Xiao Gang, who served as the former head of the Bank of China.
Liu Shiyu Becomes New CSRC Chairman

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