Barring economic setbacks in Europe and the U.S., the Chinese economy this year should grow 8.2% with some restraints imposed by Beijing as it addresses concerns over the climate and income gaps, the Asian Development Bank predicts. Separately, citing similar concerns, Chinese President Xi Jinping said at an economic forum in Hainan that "I don't think China can sustain super-high or ultra-high-speed growth," noting that last year's growth of 7.8% was partly due to government policies.

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