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Beijing Aims for 5% GDP Growth in 2022 – People’s Daily

The Chinese capital also aims to maintain its consumer price index increase within 3% compared to 2021, according to the municipal government work report


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Traffic clogs highways in Beijing's bustling business district. Photo: AFP

 

Beijing is striving to notch year-on-year gross domestic product growth of more than 5%, the People’s Daily reported, citing Chen Jining, the city’s mayor.

The Chinese capital also aims to maintain its consumer price index increase within 3% compared to 2021, according to the municipal government work report.

Read the full report: People’s Daily.

 

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