2009 Central Economic Work Conference

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China's decision makers gathered Saturday to determine economic policies for 2010 during the annual Central Economic Work Conference which lasts for three days, aiming to better deal with the impact of the international financial crisis and consolidate the foundation for economic recovery.


Participants at the conference agreed Monday that China would continue to adopt the proactive fiscal policy and moderately easy monetary policy next year and endeavor to improve the quality of economic growth. Decisions made at the central economic conference will influence policies next year, the last years of the 11th five-year plan (2006-2010), and guide directions in policy for the next five-year plan.


Articles about the conference:

• Boost for market confidence
Stimulus package supported
Fiscal plan supple to inflation
'Stimulus measures to persist in 2010'
Nation leans on exports to keep moving forward 
Economic meeting to guide direction
China to continue fiscal and monetary policies next year
China vows to promote shift of economic growth pattern
China to push exports recovery, promote trade balance
China opens key economic policy meeting

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