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The State Information Center says it expects China's GDP to grow by 9.2 percent, and CPI 3 percent in the third quarter this year. Currently China is working to reform its development mode, adjust its economic structure as well as making efforts to save energy and reduce emissions.
The center says all these changes in industrial development will have some effect in shaving off points in the GDP growth rate. As for consumer prices - an inflation gauge - growth will be mild due to the government's macro-control measures.