BEIJING — China’s central government will aim for 7.5 percent economic growth this year, a steady pace that is just slightly slower than last year.
In his opening address to the annual session of China’s National People’s Congress on Wednesday, Premier Le Keqiang told the legislative body that the central government would target 7.5 percent growth in gross domestic product this year, while aiming to contain inflation at 3.5 percent or less.
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