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BEIJING Alex Pietrangelo Blues Jersey , March 26 (Xinhua) -- While analysts quibble over whether China's economy will make a soft or hard landing, global entrepreneurs remain upbeat.

The pace may be slower and the course bumpier, consumption is still staggering but there will be opportunities aplenty in China's new, sustainable regime.

""We are very optimistic about China's economy. We are long-term players, we don't look at short-term hiccups,"" said Yousef Abdullah Al-Benyan of Saudi Arabia's SABIC, one of the world's largest chemical companies.

Along with surmountable difficulties, the slowdown also means opportunities. Companies must reshape themselves to bring new products to customers, Al-Benyan told this week's Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) in south China.

It is this same logic that is driving Caterpillar, the world's largest construction and mining equipment maker. Although global sales and revenues slumped 15 percent in 2015, partly due to weak growth in China and low commodity prices, the U.S. company remains committed to the Chinese market.

""China is an integral part of Caterpillar's long-term global strategy and we are investing accordingly,"" said Douglas Oberhelman, chairman and CEO of Caterpillar.

The Chinese government is calling for a higher level of technology and innovation, industrial upgrading and environmental protection, which will bring more opportunities to the industries Caterpillar serves, Oberhelman said.

SABIC and Caterpillar are definitely not alone in betting on China. Looking beyond the headline GDP number, it is easy to see why they are so confident.

Although China's growth rate fell below the 7-percent level for the first time in 25 years, spending of the 1.3 billion consumers still grew at a double digit pace.

Last year's consumer spending topped 30 trillion yuan (4.6 trillion U.S. dollars), a huge number by any standard and making the market an irresistible prospect for any overseas manufacturer.

Rising incomes, improving social security network and a new generation of freer-spending consumers will continue to underpin China's consumer boom in the coming years.

According to forecasts made by Boston Consulting Group, China's consumer economy may expand to 6.5 trillion U.S. dollars by 2020 - even if annual real GDP growth cools to 5.5 percent, below the official target. The incremental growth alone over the next five years would be comparable to ""adding a consumer market 1.3 times larger than that of today's Germany or UK,"" it said in a report early this year.

Other than consumer products, services like health care, education and entertainment are seen as high-growth spots.

At the BFA, Premier Li Keqiang assured global investors that ""there are more hopes than difficulties,"" and China has enough policy tools to keep the economy stable.

The country's pro-growth policies have yet to spur a rebound in the economy, but macro economic data showed stabilization.

Although trade still plummeted and manufacturing remained weak, other indicators for the first two months of the year, including investment, property sales, fiscal revenue and power consumption, suggested improvement in the economy.

According to a Thomson ReutersINSEAD survey released this week, sentiment at some of the biggest companies across Asia brightened in the first quarter of 2016, rising from a four-year low registered three months prior, as executives bet on economic improvement in China.

""People are digesting the economic slowdown in China and are being more optimistic and looking for opportunities rather than being alarmist,"" Reuters cited Singapore-based economics professor Antonio Fatas at global business school INSEAD as saying.


China will adopt measures if economy runs out of ""reasonable range"": premier

BOAO, Hainan, March 24 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday that the government will resolutely take comprehensive measures if the economic growth slips out of the ""reasonable range.""

He said the government will prevent the loss of speed and maintain economic growth within a reasonable range. Full Story

Premier urges efforts to develop new economy

HAIKOU, March 26 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang urged efforts to cultivate new growth dynamics and promote the development of new economy.

During an inspection tour in south China's Hainan province from Tuesday to Friday, Li said tourism industry is a comprehensive industry, which helps boost the sales of farm produce and also promote the development of consumer-friendly industrial products.

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CHONGQING, Feb.10 (Xinhua) -- Croatia international Goran Milovic has joined Chinese soccer super league club Chongqing Lifan on a three year deal, the club said Wednesday.

Being a strong defender, Milovic played for Hajduk Split of Croatia since 2012, scoring 4 goals in 115 matches.

He received his first call-up last November for the senior national team and made a debut as a substitute for a friendly against Russia.

Upon the arrival of the fifth and last foreign player of the team, Chang Woe-Ryong, coach of Chongqing Lifan, said he had reviewed Milovic's profile and studied the games Milovic played, adding that he is satisfied with the player's ability and hopes Milovic fits into the team as soon as possible.

Sun Ligang, club general manager, praised Milovic for his professionalism. ""He arrived in Chongqing yesterday, and he joined the training session with the team today despite jet lag,"" said Sun.


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SEOUL, Oct. 27 (Xinhua) -- South Korean President Park Geun-hye's approval rating dropped to the lowest since her inauguration in February 2013 on mounting controversy over Choi Soon-sil, the president's longtime confidant suspected of intervening in state affairs.

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