This Year, Wen Jiabao looked back in the economic crisis with a few satisfaction. Using aggressive fiscal and financial policy, China had endured the crisis effectively, growing 8.7 percent yearly this year. The majority of the unemployed employees had came back to operate, frequently showing for greater wages or better working conditions. Wen, however, really was centered on his new development strategy - shifting from export-brought growth to help ease domestic and worldwide demands. However, many institutional challenges appeared to hamper domestic demand, and Wen was particularly worried about demands from America on China's guidelines for trade, forex rates, energy, and investment.
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