Wikileaks: Chinese lied with his economic performance!

The  data about Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of China are “made in pen” and mistrust, Li Keqiang said in 2007, one senior Chinese officials and perhaps the Asian country’s next prime minister, said in a note published by Wikileaks U.S. embassy writes Reuters.

Li Keqiang, China’s current and former deputy governor of the province, made these statements at a meeting with Clark Randt, U.S. ambassador at the time, according to a note sent to Washington and published by WikiLeaks.
The report shows that Chinese officials concentrate on three aspects to evaluate the economy of the province that they ruled: consumption of electricity, freight transport volume and level of credit. “Using these three figures,  that can be measured with relative accuracy growth rate,said LI. The other figures, notably GDP statistics are ‘just for reference, “he said smiling,” reads the report.
Contacted by Reuters, Chinese officials have refused to testify on the subject. Moreover, neither the U.S. Embassy in China has not provided an answer.

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Posted by M.P.Bogdan on Dec 7 2010. Filed under Featured News, Industry, Politics. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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