BEIJING — China is adopting new policies to promote domestic demand, a key element in boosting its economic growth this year, which it is targeting at 7%. The new policies are needed because recent ones have not been effective, a minister of economy and trade says. Priorities are taking aim at growing consumer areas, including cars, housing and information technology-related products. The government is urging the retail sector to work with banks to expand credit for such purchases. ...

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