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  • China's Chongqing posts robust economic growth in 2021

    Southwest China's Chongqing Municipality reported a stable and progressive economic growth in 2021, official data showed.


  • Economic Watch: China expected to leverage multiple tools to stabilize 2022 growth

    China is expected to leverage a slew of both macro and micro tools to stabilize economic growth in 2022 as the recently-concluded tone-setting economic conference has arranged policy priorities.


  • China could achieve major annual economic targets: Premier

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said Monday that China could achieve significant annual economic targets. It stands ready to work with the World Bank to enhance cooperation in capital and knowledge to support multilateralism and global development causes.


  • Interview: China active contributor to UN, says ITU chief

    "After China restored its lawful seat in the United Nations in 1971, it is no longer an outsider, but an active participant, promoter and contributor to the cause of the United Nations," Zhao Houlin, Secretary-General of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), has said.


  • China's key economic indicators in May to show further recovery: analysts

    China's major economic indicators including consumption and investment are expected to show resilient growth in May, according to market analysts.


  • ​Chinese resort city Sanya reaps fruitful results in developing open economy in 2018-2020

    Chinese resort city Sanya in south China's Hainan Province has seen good harvest in its open economic development from 2018 to 2020, reported Shanghai Securities News Monday quoting Hainan Daily.


  • Interview: China's economic growth off to encouraging start

    China's economic growth has embraced an encouraging start in the first quarter of the year (Q1) and has a bright outlook, said an industry leader in an interview with Xinhua.


  • Shanghai posts positive economic growth despite epidemic

    Shanghai remained economically resilient and robust last year despite the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, a local official said Wednesday.


  • China's Sichuan sets 7-percent growth target for 2021

    Southwest China's Sichuan Province targets an economic expansion of more than 7 percent for 2021, after recording a 3.8-percent gross domestic product (GDP) growth last year, Acting Governor Huang Qiang said on Saturday.


  • BoCom forecasts China's GDP to grow 9 pct in 2021

    China's GDP growth is likely to expand 9 percent in 2021, much faster than global economic growth, according to a latest report released by the financial research center of the Bank of Communications (BoCom) on Thursday.


  • China eyes "new infrastructure" to drive investment, economic growth amid epidemic

    "New infrastructure" has become a popular investment field in China to boost economic growth amid the COVID-19 outbreak.


  • Thai Finance Minister to submit inv't promotion plan for economic growth

    Thai Finance Minister Mr. Uttama Savanayana revealed that Thai Ministry of Finance plans to formulate investment promotion plan to boost domestic investment, invest in and grow basic economy, and stimulate domestic consumption, all key measures for better economic growth in Thailand.


  • China's consumer goods retail sales to hit RMB41.1 trln this year, MOC

    China's total retail sales of consumer goods will for the first time exceed 40 trillion yuan to 41.1 trillion yuan this year, rising by about eight percent from 2018, reported on Monday quoting a Chinese official.


  • More German businesses founded in the first nine months of 2019

    ​In the first three quarters of the year, more companies with greater economic significance were founded in Germany than the previous year. At 94,200, the number was 0.4 percent higher than a year ago, as reported by the Federal Statistical Office in Wiesbaden on Wednesday.


  • MPC report: export decline dents Thai economic growth and proper tools to be used to implement fiscal policy

    Bank of Thailand (BOT) revealed the report of the 6/2019 meeting of Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) held on September 25, 2019. MPC made an assessment and reckoned that decreased export has affected domestic demand and Thai economic growth may be lower than expectation.


  • A 316 billion Thai baht pump-priming policy approved at the economic cabinet

    A 316 billion Thai baht pump-priming policy which was already passed at the economic cabinet meeting last week was deliberated and approved at today's cabinet meeting chaired by Thai Prime Minister and Defense Minister Prayiut Chan-o-cha.


  • Yunnan tops Chinese provincial regions in H1 GDP growth

    Yunnan Province reported the fastest GDP growth in the first half (H1) of this year in China as the country's west region accelerates in unleashing growth potential, official data showed.


  • Inner Mongolia's GDP grows 5.5 pct in H1

    North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region's GDP increased to 826.67 billion yuan (about 120 billion U.S. dollars) in the first half of this year, up 5.5 percent year on year, the regional bureau of statistics said Wednesday.


  • Global economic risks hit Germany's chemicals and pharma sector

    The German chemicals and pharmaceutical sector has cut its forecasts for 2019, predicting a decline of 3 per cent in turnover to 179 billion euros (202 billion dollars), according to figures released by the VCI association in Frankfurt on Wednesday.


  • Nighttime economy fuels Beijing's consumption during May Day holiday

    Nighttime consumption in Beijing during the four-day May Day holiday has been on the rise, as the capital continues to drive economic growth with what it calls "nighttime economy."


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