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China Wants to Grow ‘Reasonably’

China (which grew by 7.7% in 4Q13) wants to pursue a very different strategy in 2014, setting “reasonable growth” as its macroeconomic goal, meaning by that a rate that will support the country’s economic restructuring and upgrading. But such a technical description fails to meet society’s real needs and achievements, and so new alternative models are booming.


China, a new maturity stage

Keep in mind a new concept: Lionomics. An acronym that gives name to the ambitious process of economic reform the new Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang must bring forward.