Report in the China Securities journal, headlines from earlier are here

More now via Reuters:

  • China will face great difficulty in achieving economic growth above 6.5 percent over the 2016-2020 period
  • Due to slowing global demand and rising labour costs at home
  • Comments from top state adviser Li Wei, president of the State Council's Development Research Centre
  • Comments from over the weekend
  • Main impeding factors were a likely global economic slowdown, rising labour costs that were eroding China's competitive advantage, and growing environmental concerns which meant that the country could not industrialise arable land at as rapid a pace as before