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Chinese leaders likely to dispense market medicine

HONG KONG -- When China's lawmakers gather in Beijing next month to discuss national policy for the upcoming year, most observers will be watching to see what kind of growth forecast Premier Li Keqiang will announce when he delivers his government work report at the opening session.

     Market players will also be focused on whether the roughly 10-day meeting of the 12th National People's Congress, which kicks off on March 5, will see Beijing introduce near-term stimulus measures to ease the impact of the country's slowdown, in parallel with structural reforms aimed at addressing manufacturing overcapacity and other problems.    

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