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China Pins Hopes on Bigger Spending to Reform Economyi
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October 29, 2013 1:16 PM
China has long sought to shift from an export economy to one based more on domestic consumption. There are now signs those efforts are working, partly through incentives aimed at encouraging spending from domestic tourists. Keeping that trend on track is a top priority for Chinese leaders meeting in November. This report from VOA’s Beijing bureau.

China Pins Hopes on Bigger Spending to Reform Economy

Published October 29, 2013

China has long sought to shift from an export economy to one based more on domestic consumption. There are now signs those efforts are working, partly through incentives aimed at encouraging spending from domestic tourists. Keeping that trend on track is a top priority for Chinese leaders meeting in November. This report from VOA’s Beijing bureau.


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