China sets this year's economic growth target at 'around 5%'
China Sets Economic Growth Target of 'Around 5%' for 2023, Lowest in Decades
China on Sunday set an economic growth target of "around 5 percent" for 2023, one of the lowest in decades. The figure was slightly lower than the average of forecasts of economists surveyed by AFP, who predicted a goal of around 5.3 percent.
China sets modest growth target of about 5% as parliament opens
China set a modest target for economic growth this year of around 5% on Sunday as it kicked off the annual session of its National People's Congress (NPC), which is poised to implement the biggest government shake-up in a decade.
China Sets Economic Growth Target At 5% For 2023, Lowest In Decades
China announced one of its lowest economic growth targets in years Sunday, kicking off meetings of its rubber-stamp parliament set to hand Xi Jinping a third term as president as well as approve an increase in defence spending. In an opening report, the Chinese government said it would aim for economic growth of "around five percent" for the coming year -- one of its lowest in decades. China posted just three percent growth last year, missing it…