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1. 2017-03-04 China cuts growth target to 6.5% this year
C. 2016-05-26 G7 warns of Brexit as risk to global growth priority Japan
3. 2016-03-04 China growth target set at National People's Congress
2016-01-18 China economic growth slowest in 25 years Beijing
5. 2015-10-18 China's economic growth slows to 6.9% China
G. 2015-09-01 Chinese shares slide in another day of volatile trade Shanghai
H. 2015-08-23 Chinese shares drop in dramatic slide Shanghai
8. 2015-07-14 China's 7% second quarter growth beats expectations China

  President Santos says peace with Farc will boost growth    Colombia: Juan Manuel Santos says the peace deal with the Farc rebel group will boost economic growth and will enable the country to rebuild its social...   G7 warns of Brexit as risk to global growth priority  Japan: A declaration at the G7 meeting in Japan says a vote by the UK to leave the European Union would pose a 'serious threat to global growth' China growth target set at National People's Congress Map of Great Hall of the People Beijing China  Beijing: The Congress has set the country's growth target for 2016 in a range of 6.5%-7%. Premier Li Keqiang is warning of a 'difficult battle' ahead China economic growth slowest in 25 years
China cuts growth target to 6.5% this year Map of Great Hall of the People Beijing China

year 2017 Top ^

  Beijing: The Chinese growth target for this year has been cut to around 6.5%, down from 6.5 to 7% last year, Premier Li Keqiang has announced

year 2016 Top ^

  Beijing: China's economy grew by 6.9% in 2015, compared with 7.3% a year earlier, marking its slowest growth in a quarter of a century

year 2015 Top ^

Sep.1  Chinese shares slide in another day of volatile trade
Aug.23  Chinese shares drop in dramatic slide
Apr.14  China's quarterly growth slows further to 7 percent

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.23  US economy growing at faster pace
Nov.30  China's manufacturing growth slows
Aug.31  China factory growth misses forecast
Jul.31  China manufacturing growth speeds up
Jun.8  Japan growth data revised upwards
May.2  US sees strong jobs growth in April
Feb.7  US jobs growth lower than expected
Feb.3  US stocks continue January slump
Jan.19  China economic growth at 14-year low

year 2013 Top ^

  Beijing: David Cameron has promised to create a 'partnership for growth and reform' as he visits China on a trade mission with more than 100 UK business leaders
Oct.8   IMF cuts global growth forecast
  Global: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has trimmed its forecast for global economic growth at the same time as lifting its UK growth projection
Aug.27 US house prices continue strong growth
  USA: Growth in US house prices remained strong in June, according to a closely watched survey
Jul.31 US economic growth beats forecasts. Washington Jul.14 China's economic growth slows again   China's economic growth slowed in the April to June period, the second straight quarter of weaker expansion May.30 US GDP growth revised down slightly. Washington May.29 Eurozone growth forecasts cut
  European Union: The OECD has again cut its growth forecasts for the eurozone and called on the European Central Bank to consider doing more to boost growth
Apr.26 US economic growth reaches 2.5%  Washington: The US economy grew at an annual rate of 2.5% in the first 3 months of the year, helped by the strongest consumer spending figures in two ye... Apr.14 China's growth lower than forecast Mar.14 Protests as EU debates austerity
  Brussels: The issues of jobs and growth have dominated EU talks in Brussels, amid mass protests in the Belgian capital
Mar.4 Wen Jiabao opens China parliament. Beijing Feb.22 UK loses top AAA credit rating
   United Kingdom: The UK has lost its top AAA credit rating for the first time since 1978 on expectations that growth will 'remain sluggish over the next few years
Feb.18 Germany 'likely to avoid recession' Jan.31 China manufacturing growth slows Jan.17 China growth slows to 13-year low
  China's economy, the world's second largest, has grown at its slowest pace in 13 years as domestic and global demand weakened

year 2012 Top ^

Dec.27 Japan data affirms weak economy
  Japan has reported weak economic data, underlining the challenges the new government faces in reviving growth in the world's third-largest economy
Dec.18 World Bank raises China forecast Oct.17 China growth pace slows to 7.4%
  China's economic growth slowed further in the third quarter as the European debt crisis and a weak recovery in the US economy hurt demand for its goods
Oct.7 World Bank lowers China forecast Sep.7 US job growth misses expectations  Washington: The US economy created 96,000 jobs in August, according to official figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, lower than expected Aug.8 China inflation at a 30-month low
  China's inflation dipped to a 30-month low in July, giving policymakers a bigger cushion to boost stimulus measures to spur economic growth
Jul.27 US economic growth slows to 1.5%  Washington: Growth in the US economy slowed in the second quarter to an annualised pace of 1.5%, as consumer spending eased Jul.12 China's growth rate slows to 7.6%
  China's economy grew at its slowest pace in three years, as investment slowed and demand fell in key export markets such as the US and Europe Jul.3 US recovery is tepid, says IMF. USA Jun.28 Eurozone seeks new growth funds. Belgium May.22 East Asia 'vulnerable to euro crisis'
  Global: The eurozone debt crisis could harm the growth of East Asian economies, the World Bank has warned
Apr.27 US economic growth rate slowing. Washington Apr.18 Italy slashes its growth outlook
  Rome: It was previously predicting a 0.4% contraction in the economy, but has cut that to a 1.2% contraction
Apr.17   IMF raises global growth forecast
  Global: The International Monetary Fund has said that 'some optimism has returned' to the global economy and has predicted slightly faster growth
Apr.6 US job growth slows during March. Washington Mar.9 US job growth beats February forecast. Washington Feb.3 US job numbers show strong growth  Washington: The US economy created 243,000 jobs in December, the highest total for nine months, official figures show Jan.29   Euro crisis hangs over latest EU summit  European Union: The eurozone crisis will dominate an EU summit on Monday, with an emphasis on growth and 'smart' budget discipline Jan.28 IMF issues austerity cuts warning. Switzerland Jan.27 US economic growth picks up steam   Washington: The pace of US economic growth quickened to a 2.8% annualised rate in the three months to December, the Commerce Department says

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.22 US economic growth revised down  Washington: The US economy grew at a slower pace, 1.8%, than previously estimated in the three months to the end of September, 2% Nov.28 New warning of European recession
. European Union Nov.15 Eurozone teeters on edge of recession. European Union German and French economies rebound
   Germany: German and French economic growth rebounded in the third quarter of this year, putting the countries in slightly better shape
Nov.10 Geithner urges action from Asia
  Hawaii: US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has urged Asia-Pacific countries to increase efforts to restore growth to the global economy
Oct.13 S&P lowers Spain's credit rating  S&P has cut Spain's long-term credit rating by one notch, from AA to AA-, because of weak growth and high levels of private-sector debt Sep.22 Shares sink over growth worries
  Global: World stock markets have dropped sharply after a series of grim warnings over prospects for the global economy
Sep.19   Obama outlines US deficit plans  Washington: US President Barack Obama has begun outlining his plans to reduce the US deficit and to kick-start economic growth Aug.26   Ben Bernanke signals no new stimulus
  Washington: The chairman of the Federal Reserve has signalled that the US central bank will not take any immediate action to boost growth
Jul.29 US growth much worse than thought
  Washington: US economic growth at an annualised rate of 1.3% in the second quarter, is much weaker than first thought, government figures show
Jul.2   Poles warn EU over Greece crisis
   Poland: Polish Finance Minister Rostowski suggested that too much emphasis had been put on austerity measures and not enough on growth
Jun.3   US employment in sharp slowdown
  Washington: US employment growth slowed sharply in May, with only 54,000 net new jobs added during the month
May.13 Eurozone's growth rate speeds up. European Union Apr.27 Fed cuts US GDP growth forecast  Washington: The Federal Reserve has cut its economic growth forecast for this year, citing weaker growth than expected in the first 3 months of the year Jan.19 China's economy grew 10.3% in 2010. Beijing

year 2010 Top ^

Nov.23 Fed cuts US 2011 growth forecast
  Washington: The Federal Reserve has cut its growth forecast for the US economy, newly released minutes of its last policy committee meeting reveal Oct.29 US economic growth rate quickens  Washington: The US economy grew at an annualised rate of 2% in the July-to-September period, an acceleration on the previous quarter Oct.20 China's economy cools in third quarter  China's economic growth slowed for the second quarter in a row, cooling fears that its economy is growing at an unsustainable pace Oct.7 Japan to push $60bn into economy
Sep.10   Economic forecast gloomy says IMF
  Global: Growth in the global economy is likely to slow towards the end of 2010, the International Monetary Fund is warning
Aug.15 Japanese economy slows unexpectedly  The strength of Japan's economic recovery came under question as second-quarter growth figures came in sharply below economists' expectation... Jul.30 US economic growth slows to 2.4%  USA: The growth slowed between April and June, with GDP growing by an annualised rate of 2.4%. comparing with a rate of 3.7% in the previous quar... Jul.14 China's economic growth eases
  China's economy continued to grow at a robust pace last quarter, grew at an annual rate of 10.3 percent
Jun.25 Merkel: there are no divisions with Obama. Canada

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.21 Chinese GDP 'set' to hit target
  China: Figures suggest the country exceeded its target for economic growth for the first time this year in the third quarter
Aug.16 Japan economy set to show growth Apr.15 Weak exports hit China's growth Mar.31 Asian economic outlook 'bleak' for 2009
  Global: Asian Development Bank: Asia's economic growth will tumble to the slowest pace since the 1997-1998 Asian financial crisis
Mar.24   IMF announces new lending reforms
  Global: The Fund has announced major reforms of its lending procedures to member states to weather the crisis and return to sustainable growth
Mar.18 World Bank cuts China's growth forecast
  The World Bank cut China's economic growth forecast in 2009 to 6.5%, down a full percentage point from November's projection Jan.28 World growth 'worst for 60 years'
  Global: International Monetary Fund: World economic growth is set to fall to just 0.5% this year, its lowest rate since World War II
Jan.21 China's economic growth slows  China's economic growth slumped to 9% for 2008, in line with expectations, but still the slowest rate the nation has seen in 7 years

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.20 IMF urges spending to spur growth. Global Dec.18 Japan forecasts no growth in 2009 Sep.3 Crime 'damages' Mexico economy
  Finance minister Agustin Carstens has said that crime and violence have had a significant impact on the country's economy, cutting growth by 1%
Aug.28 US GDP rebounds with 3.3% growth. Washington Jul.15 Fed boss warns of growth 'risks'
  Washington: Ben Bernanke has warned that there are still 'downside risks' to growth in the world's largest economy
May.27   Japan pledges to double aid to Africa
  Tokyo: Prime Minister Fukuda pledged to double Tokyo's aid to Africa by 2012 to spur growth and attract private investment Apr.9 IMF slashes world growth forecast  Global: The International Monetary Fund has said that the world economy will grow much more slowly in the next two years as a result of the credit crunch Mar.22   Opposition triumphs in elections   Taiwan: Voters overwhelmingly elected Nationalist Party's Ma Ying-jeou to be president, choosing the promise of economic growth through ties with China Mar.20   OECD slashes US growth forecast  USA: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development: The US economy is on the brink of recession Mar.9  Israel approves settlement growth Feb.21   EU cuts growth forecast  European Union: The EU Commission cut its growth forecast for the euro currency zone to 1.8% this year, saying the global economy looks 'unusually uncertain' Jan.24 Deal reached on US economic plan  U.S. Congress: The White House and the Democrats in Congress have agreed a $150bn stimulus package that will offer tax rebates to boost growth Jan.16  Agencies see good year for Iraq Jan.11   China's trade surplus soars
  Beijing: China's trade surplus soared nearly 50% in 2007 to a record, despite safety worries about Chinese products and a slowdown in export growth

year 2007 Top ^

Nov.14   'Fast economic growth' in Africa  Central Africa: The economic outlook is improving after a decade of growth of 5.4% for the continent that matches global rates Oct.22 Mafia turnover '$120bn'
  Southern Italy: Retailers have denounced the growth of Mafia extortion rackets which they say now affect big companies as well as smaller one
May.6   China warns of population growth
  Beijing: The top family planning body has warned of a population rebound as couples flout 1 child policy rules
Mar.14 New fears rekindle global sell-off
  European Union: Concerns over a weak housing market in the United States are coupled with worries about growth in the U.S. economy Feb.1  Putin hails Russia's strong growth

year 2006 Top ^

Dec.16 'You' named Time's person of 2006
  USA: 'You' have been named for the growth and influence of user-generated content on the internet
Jan.10 First meeting for 'Kyoto rival'
  Sydney: The first ministerial meeting of a alliance promising economic growth with low carbon emissions has opened

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.7   Kyoto to 'reduce Europe's growth'
  European Union: Meeting Kyoto Protocol targets on greenhouse gas emissions will reduce economic growth significantly
Apr.4     Sharon pledges settlement growth
  Jerusalem: Prime Minister has pledged to go ahead with the expansion of a Jewish settlement near Jerusalem

year 2004 Top ^

Jul.8   New budget targets poor
  New Delhi: New government has pledged billions for the poor while promising sustained economic growth

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.2  Russia: Kyoto pact harms economy

year 2002 Top ^

Aug.23  Economy registers sharpest drop ever Jul.3  Study urges political, social change

year 2000 Top ^

Nov.16 $150 million loan to fight AIDS
   Russia: The World Bank is negotiating a loan to help fight the world's highest AIDS growth rate

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