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China's economy grows 9.5 percent in first nine months

NSB announcs 9.7 percent growth of China's GDP

Central Economic Conference 2004 Opinion and Commentary China's Economic Situation 
Chinese President Hu Jintao addresses during a central economic conference in Beijing Dec. 3, 2004. The three-day annual conference closed Sunday.
UPDATED 16:20, December 15, 2004
Put into effect scientific viewpoint of development
The central economic work conference has put forward clearly that the scientific viewpoint of development should be put into effect in an all-round way.
Scientific development concept, PD editorial
China will continue its efforts to implement the scientific viewpoint of development and to consolidate achievements resulted from the macro control policy next year.
China highlights macro control in economic work next year
The Chinese government announced Sunday that it will continue to put macro-economic control on top of the agenda for next year's plan in order to maintain a steady and comparatively fast economic development and basically stable prices.
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