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MPC report: export decline dents Thai economic growth
Bank of Thailand (BOT) revealed the report of the 6/2019 meeting of the 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.
China rises to top engine of global economic growth in 70 years
China has ranked first in terms of contribution to global economic growth since 2006, becoming the leading engine of world economic growth, an official report said Thursday.
New growth drivers boost China's economic growth
China's New Growth Driver Index reached 270.3 in 2018, up 28.7 percent from 2017, posing a rapid growth, reported the Economic Information Daily on Thursday quoting data from China's statistical head.
Trade in services becomes new engine for China's economic growth
Developing trade in services has become a priority for China to boost its service sector and create new engines for economic growth, reported the Economic Information Daily on Wednesday quoting information from the 2019 China International Fair for Trade in Services kicked off on Tuesday.
China sticks to green, open development
The ongoing International Horticultural Exhibition 2019 Beijing and the recently-held Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation show that China's economy is developing toward a more ecological and open way.
Brazilian FM says China important for economic growth
China is important for the growth of Brazil's whole economy, especially in the area of agribusiness, Brazilian Foreign Minister Ernesto Araujo said Thursday.
China's economy steadies on slower growth, better structure
Fresh data added to evidence that China's economy was heading for a slower but steadier growth as the country endeavored to sustain sound development while defusing risks.
ADB forecasts China 2016 growth at 6.5 pct
China's economic growth will further ease to 6.5 percent in 2016 and 6.3 percent in2017, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) predicted on Wednesday.
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