Economist Lin Yifu on State-Sustained Growth
(Beijing) – Standing up to a wave of pessimism about China's prospects for continuing high-level economic growth is no easy task.
But economist Lin Yifu, who recently retired as a senior vice president and chief economist at the World Bank, is holding his ground with a prediction that China's gross domestic product will grow by 8 percent in 2012.
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