World Economic Forum: Chinese growth in focus at summit

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As business leaders meet at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin, the question on everyone's minds is 'will China miss its growth for 2012?'.

Recent economic data has certainly been disappointing.

Strong figures from China are seen as essential, not just for the Chinese economy, but also as the engine of global economic growth.

The BBC's Juliana Liu in Tianjin spoke to Edward Tse of consulting firm Booz and Company.

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