China targeting 7.5% expansion
China has fixed a target of 7.5% growth for 2014 as it aims to steady its economy amid a slowdown. P
Premier Li Keqiang laid out expected targets for national economic growth and inflation, which he plans to rise 3.5%, in his first appearance at the National People's Congress (NPC), China's annual parliamentary session.
China is looking to stabilise its economy after suffering slowing gross domestic product growth.