Quality Over Speed
In 2012, China's economic growth rate reached 7.8 percent, higher than the set goal of 7.5, which shows the economy landed softly. With the commencement of 2013, we believe, in terms of economic development, more attention should be paid to stability and quality, instead of focusing on speed of growth alone
Consumption Takes the Lead

As exports received a heavy blow from a sluggish global economy, domestic consumption has taken the baton to become a new lifesaver for a slowing economy. Retail sales of consumer goods totaled 20.72 trillion yuan in 2012, increasing 12.1 percent compared with 2011

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