Former Chinese govt official optimistic on 2022 GDP growth target

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China has set this year’s GDP growth target at around 5.5%, but with the complexity and uncertainties in global economy, many are concerned whether the government will be able to achieve its sustainable development goals. Our reporter Wang Hui sat down with former Vice Minister of Finance, Zhu Guangyao, to get his opinion on China’s economic development, and what needs to be done to achieve the growth targets for this year.

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