China's GDP target beats expectations: Economist | Updated: 2022-03-11 08:58
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In this year's Government Work Report, China has set its economic growth target at around 5.5 percent for 2022 and said achieving this goal will require "arduous" effort.

What does this mean for the world's second-largest economy? What kind of effort will it take? How is this growth target compatible with other long-term goals? And what does it mean for the world economy?

We speak with Robin Xing, chief China economist at Morgan Stanley, to find out.

Reporter: Ian Goodrum 

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