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The high risks of low growth

1 March 2011 By Wei Gu

China has lowered its symbolic GDP growth goal to 7 percent, sacrificing speed for sustainability and fairness. That looks like an attempt to head off unrest. But the new target looks academic. If growth really fell that low, unemployment could rise, and create more tension.

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