Despite Beijing's macro-control measures, China's second-quarter economic growth may not moderate compared to the newly revised 9.4% first quarter GDP gains, Li Deshui, director of the National Bureau of Statistics, told Reuters. The continued strength of the economy is making officials worried that the continued pace of growth could usher in a new round of overheating and inflation.
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