The compact strip processing technology and the technologies for conventional grain oriented electrical steels were used to process the low cost grain-oriented electrical steel successfully, in which the reheating temperature for hot rolling was about 1150 oC, and strong Goss texture was obtained after the secondary recrystallization. It is indicated that the density of inhibitor particles produced under the condition of low temperature hot rolling was high enough to induce the necessary secondary recrystallization during final annealing, so that many Goss grains could grow. The mis-orientations of Goss grains to the recrystallization matrix were calculated and observed. High angle boundaries enveloped frequently Goss grains, while the growth of other grains would have the possibility to meet low angle boundaries or low mobile boundaries. Goss grains neighboring larger size grains might be protected by the further precipitation of inhibitor particles in high angel boundaries during the temperature rising stage of the secondary recrystallization and survived somehow after the growth competition.