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China launches mini-stimulus to boost economic growth

3 April 2014 Last updated at 23:48 BST

The government in China says it will cut taxes on small firms and speed up infrastructure projects.

The measures are part of a mini-stimulus package designed to boost the nation's flagging economic growth.

It is hoped the programme will help ensure this year's 7.5% growth rate target is met, as Linda Yueh reports.

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