That China's real GDP growth for the fourth quarter last year came in at 6% surprised absolutely no one.
That took full-year growth to 6.1%. This was the lowest figure in 29 years but above the magic 6% level that represents a psychological barrier for Beijing but nothing much in reality. There was no way the reported rate would have been allowed to fall below 6%.
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