High growth and low inflation in 2012 are expected to continue in 2013. Growth slowed but continued to
shine among large economies. Consumption outpaced investment to contribute the most to expansion.
In line with the emphasis on domestic demand, the current account surplus continued to decline relative
o GDP in a trend expected to continue in 2013 and 2014. The challenge is to implement ambitious
reforms to restructure the economy toward domestic demand and inclusive growth.
-------- Source : Asian Development Outlook Database, People's Republic of China - http://www.adb.org/sites/default/files/ado2013-prc.pdf
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