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World economists' views on Chinese economy

12-15-2011 13:55 BJT Special Report:2011 Central Economic Work Conference |

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Some of World economists have expressed their opinions on where China’s economy is heading next year, following the Central Economic Work Conference.

Li Yiheng, chief China representative of International Monetary Fund, said, "Despite seeing an increasing demand for Chinese goods overseas, China’s exports still account little for economic growth. Fortunately, domestic consumption and foreign investment are growing steadily. That’s good news for us. China has one sixth of the world’s population, so whatever happens to China’s economy matters to the world."

Zhuang Jian, senior economist of Asian Development Bank, said, "We have seen a gloomy prospect for world economy recovery, for European economy is dragged by the sovereignty debt crisis and US is hit by the record high deficit and unemployment rate. If China can sustain a relatively stable growth, it would become a driving force for the world economy."


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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