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  • UK business leaders confident in resilience, vitality of Chinese economy

    Giant consumption driven by middle class, steady economic growth even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, big green investment collaboration under mutual desire for the planet ... These are among the reasons given by British business leaders for confidence in resilience and vitality of the Chinese economy.


  • Economic resilience proves China's ability in handling compounding crises

    China's economic growth notched 9.8 percent year on year in the first three quarters, which indicates that, despite global downward pressure, the Chinese economy has maintained the recovery momentum and continues to play a stabilizing role for the world economy.


  • China's FDI inflow up 19.6 percent in first 9 months

    Foreign direct investment (FDI) into the Chinese mainland, in actual use, rose 19.6 percent year on year in the first nine months of the year, the Ministry of Commerce said Wednesday.


  • Why shorting China over Q3 economic data is misleading

    Those shorting China due to slower GDP growth in the third quarter (Q3) are misleading the market and could miss future opportunities, as the Chinese economy remains resilient, with new growth drivers booming and potentials yet to be fully unleashed.


  • U.S. companies in China optimistic about growth: AmCham Shanghai

    U.S. companies in China are generally optimistic about their growth potential in the Chinese market and continue to expand their operations here, according to a survey report released by the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai (AmCham Shanghai) on Thursday.


  • Economic Watch: Chinese economy on stable track despite challenges

    China's economy maintained its recovery streak in July, despite challenges posed by the resurgence of COVID-19, extreme weather and external uncertainties.


  • ​Multiple regions in China mull to unveil more measures to boost economic growth in H2

    Many regions in China have reported stable and progressive economic growth in the first half (H1) of 2021, and plan to introduce more measures to further boost the economic growth in the second half (H2), reported Shanghai Securities News Monday.


  • Xinhua Headlines: China's semi-annual data points to solid recovery, shared growth

    China's gross domestic product (GDP) expanded 12.7 percent year on year in the first half of 2021 as recovery continues to consolidate. In the second quarter, the country's GDP grew 7.9 percent year on year.


  • ​China to cut transaction fees to invigorate market entities

    China will reduce a total of 24 billion yuan (about 3.7 billion U.S. dollars) of payment fees every year to invigorate the economy through a slew of fee cuts measures unveiled recently, a central bank official said Thursday.


  • Economic Watch: Development resilience consolidates steady recovery of Chinese economy

    The Chinese economy continued sound recovery momentum in May, driven by its development resilience, with major indicators sending encouraging signs across the board.


  • Economic Watch: Chinese economy maintains sound recovery momentum in April

    China's economy posted steady growth in April amid strict epidemic control measures, with major economic indicators pointing to across-the-board recovery.


  • Just in: IMF upgrades China growth forecast to 8.4 pct in 2021

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Tuesday projected that the Chinese economy will grow by 8.4 percent in 2021, 0.3 percentage point above the January forecast, according to the latest World Economic Outlook.


  • ​Multiple indicators show sound rebound momentum of Chinese economy at start of 2021

    Many indicators have shown that China's economy has presented a sound recovery momentum from the beginning of 2021, reported Shanghai Securities News Monday.


  • ​Sci-tech innovation, domestic demand expansion, reform and opening-up to drive sustained dev. of Chinese economy

    Science and technology (sci-tech) innovation, domestic demand expansion and reform and opening-up will be the three main forces driving steady and sustained development of the Chinese economy, reported Shanghai Securities News Wednesday.


  • ​Tax data confirms better-than-expected recovery of Chinese economy

    China's tax authority on Wednesday released ten sets of tax data which prove that the country's economic recovery amid COVID-19 pandemic is better than expected, reported Economic Information Daily Thursday.


  • ​Chinese economy expected to conclude steady in 2020

    China's economy is presenting a general trend of steady recovery, and many institutions predict that China's economic growth in 2020 might surpass 2 percent, with economic aggregate exceeding 100 trillion yuan.


  • ​Foreign institutions bullish on China's economic dev. prospects

    Foreign institutions are optimistic about China's economic growth in the future, believing that China will continue to lead the global economic growth in 2021, reported Shanghai Securities News Friday.


  • Interview: China's economic gain in Q3 lies in coordinated efforts under gov't guidance: Pakistani scholar

    China's robust economic growth in the third quarter (Q3) this year is the outcome of the coordinated efforts under the guidance and support of the government amid the effective control of COVID-19, a Pakistani scholar said.


  • Factbox: Highlights of China's economy over past 5 years

    As China's 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020) is coming to an end, the country has managed to achieve stellar growth while achieving positive changes to its economic and social landscape.


  • 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.


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