FACTBOX: China's 2014 Budget Laid Bare - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

China's Premier Li Keqiang laid out China's economic priorities at the opening of its annual congress The government stuck to a moderate growth target of 7.5 percent for 2014 It wants to boost domestic demand and make it China's main "growth engine" Authorities aim to keep inflation at around 3.5 percent Military spending will be boosted by 12.2 percent, to around $130 billion Li said China plans to "enhance border, coastal and air defenses" and develop "new and high-tech weapons"



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