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  • Economic Watch: How China fights "protracted war" for prosperity amid uncertainties

    In coping with the disruptions from the COVID-19 epidemic and global economic slowdown, China's leadership has emphasized the need to steer the world's second-largest economy as if fighting a protracted war.


  • Major cities' GDP growth in 1st half indicates resilience

    The Chinese economy has again displayed its resilience and capacity for self-healing, experts said after more than 30 major cities released their key economic indicators, with the majority of them registering positive year-on-year gross domestic product growth in the first half of this year.


  • China to see V-shaped recovery from COVID-19 shock: experts

    China is on track for impressive economic recovery from the COVID-19 shock thanks to the nation's effective efforts to contain the outbreak, experts said.


  • Economic Watch: China's economy rebounds in Q2 from epidemic headwinds

    China's economy bounced back to growth in the second quarter (Q2) this year as the country gradually resumed work and production after effectively containing the COVID-19 epidemic, official data showed on Thursday.


  • Chinese economy stages strong rebound from pandemic: analysts

    The Chinese economy has staged an impressive rebound from the COVID-19 shock amid the country's effective efforts to contain the virus, analysts have said.


  • China's central bank vows ample liquidity to support coronavirus-hit economy

    China's central bank vowed Thursday to keep financial liquidity at a reasonable and adequate level in the second half of the year, amid efforts to tackle the impact of COVID-19 on the economy.


  • Interview: Chinese economy to rebound back in positive territory, says Pakistan's former central banker

    The Chinese economy would gradually return to positive territory after reporting negative GDP growth for the first quarter, according to Yaseen Anwar, a former governor of Pakistan's central bank.


  • Booming beauty consumption boosts China's economic recovery

    With the orderly resumption of work and production, beauty consumption in China has ushered in a peak season, helping quicken the recovery of the country's economy amid the COVID-19 outbreak, reported Securities Daily on Monday.


  • Economic Watch: A tale of two fronts: resilient China cranks up economy amid COVID-19 fight

    Masks are required while popcorn is discouraged. After a 50-day shutdown due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the China Film Cinema in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, reopened last week to gradually growing movie-goers.


  • Economic Watch: Chinese economy embraces optimism, energy with progress in epidemic fight

    With positive trend in epidemic control in Hubei Province, the hardest-hit region by the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, and progress made across the country, the Chinese economy is getting more lively as confidence grows.


  • Chinese economy will continue to grow: former Serbian president

    Former Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic on Wednesday spoke highly of China's measures against the COVID-19 epidemic and is certain that the Chinese economy will continue to grow.


  • OECD bullish on China's economic resilience amid coronavirus outbreak

    The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) applauded China's efforts in fighting the novel coronavirus epidemic, saying that it still believes in China's economic resilience and its sound development prospects, an OECD official said.


  • Interview: Epidemic unlikely to batter China's economy

    The innate resilience of the Chinese economy as well as the use of counter-cyclical adjustments will help the country maintain stable growth despite the novel coronavirus outbreak, said Lian Ping, chief economist at the Bank of Communications.


  • U.S. economist says impact of COVID-19 on Chinese, world economy limited

    The effect of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, on the Chinese economy will be limited, said Khairy Tourk, a professor of economics with the Stuart School of Business of the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.


  • Foreign financial institutions optimistic about China's stable economic growth

    Multiple foreign financial institutions believe that the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pneumonia will not change the long-term stable growth trend of the Chinese economy, reported the Xinhua-run Shanghai Securities News on Monday.


  • Underlying trend of Chinese economy remains unchanged: Chinese vice premier

    The underlying trend of the Chinese economy remains unchanged and it will maintain steady growth toward long-term sound development, Chinese Vice Premier Han Zheng said here Tuesday.


  • China eyes medium-high speed growth of economy this year

    China will continue focusing on supply-side structural reform and implement various policies this year to ensure medium-high growth and move to a medium-high level of development.


  • China has made great success in poverty alleviation: Nobel laureate

    China has made a great success in poverty alleviation over the past 20 years, Abhijit Banerjee, a U.S. economist and Nobel laureate said here Tuesday.


  • Economic Watch: Institutional ingredients for China's resilience

    China's economy has defied growing risks and downward pressure this year, with "sustained and sound development" as summed up by a key annual economic meeting concluded Thursday.


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