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03/23/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

In global recession, China continues breakneck expansion

China predicted that it would achieve over 8 percent growth this year, and indeed the economic superpower has fulfilled its growth target.

In fact, China has not missed a single GDP target in over a decade.

Beijing contends that China’s robust 2009 economic expansion — in contrast with a significant global recession — is driven by a successful stimulus package and a growing middle class of consumers.

To take a closer look at China’s growth and the state of the global economy, Martin Savidge interviews Marcus Mabry, international business editor at the New York Times.

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Melissa Chan of Al Jazeera English has more from China’s capital:

China predicted that it would achieve over 8 percent growth this year, and indeed the economic superpower has fulfilled its growth target. In fact, China has not missed a single GDP target in over a decade. Beijing contends that China’s robust 2009 economic expansion is driven by a successful stimulus package and a growing consumer class. For more, Martin Savidge interviews Marcus Mabry. And Melissa Chan of Al Jazeera English reports. http://worldfocus.org/files/2010/01/th_ivw_mabry.jpg http://worldfocus.org/files/2010/01/th_ivw_mabry.jpg

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