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  • Elite Quality Index 2023 shows China's economy to grow over long term: author

    The Elite Quality Report 2023 produced by the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland and its global partners shows that China's gross domestic product (GDP) per capita is set to grow over the long term, said one of its authors.


  • Economists, observers say China's robust rebound significant to global economy

    Economists and observers have said that China's robust economic rebound will bring benefits to other economies, highlighting its role in adding impetus to the sluggish global economy.


  • A look at China's economy in Q1 of 2023

    China's economy remains solid momentum in the first quarter of this year.


  • China dismisses deflation concerns, expects further demand recovery

    Despite slower price growth in China since the start of this year, concerns over deflations in the country are unnecessary as its economy is on a solid recovery track amid pro-growth policies, officials and analysts said.


  • Interview: Thai central bank official perceives China as stabilizer, driving force for global economy

    The Chinese economy, rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic, serves as the stabilizer and driving force for the regional and global economy, a Thailand's central bank senior official has said.


  • China dismisses deflation concerns, sees basically stable market supply, demand

    Deflation is not seen in China at present and will not be seen in the next stage, an official said Tuesday, noting that market supply and demand remained basically stable despite slower price growth.


  • China's Q1 GDP growth impressive, even faster pace expected: Croatian economist

    China's gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the first quarter (Q1) of 2023 is impressive and it signals even stronger growth for this year, Ljubo Jurcic, a prominent Croatian economist and former economy minister, told Xinhua in an interview on Tuesday.


  • Foreign financial institutions upbeat about China's economic recovery

    A number of foreign financial institutions have shown optimism about China's economic recovery in their recently-released outlook reports for the global economy in the second quarter (Q2) of 2023, reported Securities Daily Monday.


  • Interview: China's growth contributes to Chinese, global financial stability, says IMF official

    China's economic growth is important for both Chinese and global financial stability at a time when the global financial system is showing considerable strains, an International Monetary Fund (IMF) official has said.


  • China's strong economic rebound to provide more opportunities to other countries: IMF chief

    China is going to contribute about one third of global growth this year, which will provide more opportunities to other countries, said Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Kristalina Georgieva on Thursday.


  • World Bank economist upbeat about China's growth prospects

    China's economic growth matters to the regional and global economy against the backdrop of slowing growth of other major economies, World Bank East Asia and Pacific Chief Economist Aaditya Mattoo has said.


  • China's rebound "additive" needed to promote global growth in 2023: WB president

    China's economic rebound is an "additive" needed for a year like 2023 where global growth is expected to be weak, said World Bank Group President David Malpass on Thursday.


  • China locomotive of world economic growth, says economist

    China is the "locomotive of world economic growth" due to its remarkable progress in science, technology, innovation, and export capacity, an Angolan economist has said.


  • IMF projects China's economy to grow 5.2 pct in 2023, "key contributor" to global growth

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) projected on Tuesday that China's economy will grow 5.2 percent in 2023 and 4.5 percent in 2024.


  • World Bank raises global growth outlook for 2023 on China's recovery

    World Bank Group President David Malpass announced on Wednesday the lender has raised its global growth forecast for 2023 to 2 percent from 1.7 percent in January due to China's recovery.


  • China's business income rebound points to improving economy: official

    Chinese businesses have posted a strong rebound in sales revenue since the beginning of this year in the latest signal of an improving economy.


  • Brazilian businessman hails China's development

    Brazilian businessman Andre Neves Machado celebrated a special birthday this year. He turned 30 in March, which also marked a great milestone in his career, namely the ownership of three trading companies and two restaurants.


  • Economic Watch: Key takeaways from the China Development Forum 2023

    At the China Development Forum 2023, which concluded on Monday, senior Chinese officials, leaders of multinationals, and representatives from international organizations have offered insights on China's economic development and potential.


  • Economic barometers show stronger recovery momentum of Chinese economy

    The Chinese economy continues to rebound with a stronger growth momentum, as recently-released economic barometer data regarding electricity consumption, social financing increment, logistics prosperity and others shows a positive trend.


  • China Focus: Favorable conditions propelling China's economic revival toward brighter future

    China's economy has seen a broad-based rebound between January and February as COVID-related disruptions have waned, adding to the growing body of evidence that the country is well-positioned to pursue sustained development.


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