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BEIJING (MNI) - The following lists highlights from the Chinese press for
China's economic growth in 2018 is likely to have met the target of 6.5%
set at the beginning of the year, China Business News reported late Monday
citing Ning Jizhe, director of the National Bureau of Statistics. The total
economic output is expected to be CNY90 trillion, an increase of CNY8 trillion
from 2017, the newspaper said.
A U.S. warship traveling in Chinese waters won't be significant enough to
affect the trade negotiations between China and the U.S., Global Times said in a
commentary. If the U.S. is trying to use such provocation as a bargaining chip,
it only shows a strong willingness to reach a deal, the newspaper said. Any
possible progress will be in line with the needs of the bilateral relations and
global politics, the newspaper said.
China's monetary policy still has room for quantitative adjustment, which
can continue to support growth, stabilize employment and boost investment,
Shanghai Securities News reported citing Zhou Xiaochuan, former governor of the
People's Bank of China. China also needs a better coordination between fiscal
and monetary policies, the newspaper said citing Zhou.
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