Ma also said that “the total volume of our economy is expanding, but the per-capita level remains low.”
Ma said China is still a developing country, with about 200 million people in poverty.
China – which earlier Tuesday had posted 7.4% growth for 2014, the slowest in 24 years – has long rebuffed efforts to label it a “developed economy,” a distinction which could have effects on some international treaties with different rules for rich and poor nations.
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