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UPDATED: 10:00, January 02, 2006
China's GDP up 9.8 pct in 2005: says NDRC
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China's economy grew 9.8 percent in 2005, said Ou Xinqian, vice minister of the National Development and Reform Commission in Jinan Sunday.

The commission's previous estimate for last year's economic growth was 9.4 percent. This figure was adjusted according to the newly-revised GDP in 2004.

China last month revised the size of its economy in 2004 by 16.8 percent to 15.99 trillion yuan (1.93 trillion U.S. dollars), with over 90 percent of the newly-added 2.3 trillion yuan from better data about the services sector.

Ou revealed the figure at a meeting on the coal supply and demand. She said China's CPI remained within two percent in 2004 and the fixed assets investment grew 25 percent.

Source: Xinhua

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