In a speech at Beijing's Tsinghua University, Ma Kai, the minister in charge of China's National Development and Reform Commission, warned the central government would tighten credit in response to the latest data showing mounting inflation and soaring investment in fixed assets, squeezing energy supplies and transport services — sectors that buckled in late 2003 and early 2004, which induced Beijing to introduce stringent credit controls earlier.
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