TAIPEI ( TheStreet) -- If we say anything contrary about China's expansive and expanding economy, we normally point to slow export demand in major Western markets and the awkward rebalancing of economic policy that is supposed to replace industrial investment with consumer spending.The whole sundae of tasty common explanations came up on Monday when China's premier gave an annual political convention his forecast for 7.5% economic growth in 2013, down from 9%-10% levels for most of the past decade.
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