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China has set its economic growth target at 6.5 to 7 percent for 2016, according to Premier Li Keqiang.
Premier Li revealed the figure at the opening meeting of the fourth annual session of the 12th National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing.
We have tried to balance it with the goal of building a moderately prosperous society in all aspects and the needs for advancing structural reform.
The growth rate should also be conducive to stabilising and guiding market expectations. The aim of maintaining stable growth is primarily to ensure employment and promote people's wellbeing.
And a growth rate of between 6.5 percent to 7 percent will allow for a relatively adequate employment.
He also said that China will keep the registered urban unemployment rate within 4.5%, ensure the stability and a steady growth of import and export volumes and continue to cut the emissions of major pollutants.
A comprehensive analysis of all factors shows that China will face more and tougher problems and challenges in its development this year, so we must be fully prepared to fight a difficult battle, Premier Li added.
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Officials in China are drawing up plans to axe between five and six million jobs over the next three years in a bid to curb oversupply problems and pollution, Reuters news agency reports.
Citing sources with ties to the country's leadership, the workers would be laid off in industries suffering from overcapacity, in what would be the country's biggest restructure in public spending in almost two decades.
It comes after the minister for human resources, Yin Weimin, said 1.8 million workers would be made redundant from the coal and steel industries.
Between 1998 and 2003, China made around 28 million workers redundant from state-owned enterprises, costing the government around 73.1 billion yuan (£8bn) in resettlement payouts.
The ministry for industry has not yet commented on the reports.