Background: China will ensure appropriate credit and money growth in line with lower inflationary expectations, in the second half of the year. Zhang Ping, head of China's top economic planning body, has made the comments in a report delivered to the 16th meeting of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress. Full story >>
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For more details, joining us is Doctor Tang Min, deputy director of the China Development Research Foundation.
1. One thing highlighted in the report is structural adjustment, of everything from the service industry to urban-rural gaps. Why is the government emphasizing this?
2. Given China's natural disaster and speculative capital, what will inflation be heading for in the latter half of this year, and how should the government manage it?