I would say most of that has come from the 4-trillion yuan (585.5 billion U.S. dollars) stimulus package they created last year to keep from feeling the pressure of our 4 day recession we had in our economy. Inflation should be a concern moving forward and also keep in mind that there is a bubble growing. The amount of stimulus put forward throughout the world economy is going to cause major problems moving forward as inflation runs rampant and asset bubbles start to multiply everywhere. China's Economy Grows 11.9% in First Quarter On-Year Reuters | April 14, 2010 | 10:11 PM EDT China's annual gross domestic product growth accelerated in the first quarter to 11.9 percent from 10.7 percent in the fourth quarter of 2009, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said on Thursday. Economists had forecast growth of 11.5 percent. It was the fast growth rate since 2007, when the economy expanded 13 percent. The CPI in March fell 0.7 percent from February, while the PPI rose 0.5 percent, the NBS said. The food component of CPI in the first quarter rose 5.1 percent. The economic recovery has gained momentum, laying a good foundation for achieving the government's full-year targets, the NBS said. Only by implementing polices that adjust the economic structure and manage inflationary expectations can China achieve sound and fast economic and social development, the NBS said in a statement. It said GDP in the first quarter totalled 8.058 trillion yuan. In 2009 it amounted to 33.53 trillion yuan. Urban per-capita disposable income was up 7.5 percent from a year earlier in the real terms in the first quarter; real rural per-capita cash incomes were up 9.2 percent.