Economy to face challenges in 2010.

By bne IntelliNews August 30, 2010
The Chinese economy is expected to face major challenges this year due to rising inflation and trade and investment protectionist policies adopted by western governments. As reported by Asia Pulse, Zhang Ping, minister of the National Development and Reform Commission, stated that self-innovation, government procurement and the yuan's exchange rate are being used by many countries to put pressure on the Chinese government.

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