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China's Congress meets as economy slows down

Premier Li will set growth targets and offer update on China's reforms

MORE EASING IN CHINA?: China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan (right) said at the G20 in Shanghai last week that there was room to further loosen monetary policy.


CHINA'S National People's Congress convenes on Saturday, even as grey clouds gather on the outlook of the world's second largest economy.

China's 3,000 or so delegates will gather for the 10-day annual meeting, which will validate the new five-year plan and set the gross

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