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  • Economic Watch: June PMI data points to accelerating recovery of Chinese economy amid policy stimulus

    China's factory and service activities continued to expand in June as a slew of supportive policies are taking effect, official data showed Tuesday.


  • China likely to see faster economic recovery in H2 of 2020, institutions

    China's economy is likely to revive in the second half of this year, with growth rate expected to return to the pre-epidemic level, according to the economic forecast released by institutions recently.


  • Interview: China's economy on recovery track before rebounding in H2, says expert

    China's economy is on the track to recovery given the recently announced economic indicators, before rebounding in the second half of the year, a South Korean expert said Monday.


  • Economic Watch: China's economic recovery consolidates, but uncertainties remain

    China's economic activities remain on the track to recovery as the latest data revealed an accelerated resumption across the board, but the economy still faces challenges from the global spread of the novel coronavirus, analysts said.


  • China's industrial economy to continue recovery in second quarter

    China's industrial economy is expected to continue recovery in the second quarter with progress on business resumption and policy incentives in place to unleash domestic demand, an official said on Wednesday.


  • China unveils guideline to accelerate improving socialist market economy in new era

    China on Monday issued a guideline to accelerate the improvement of its socialist market economy in the new era to build a high-level socialist market economy that is more systematic, mature and well-shaped.


  • Spotlight: China's economy expected to recover in Q2 amid COVID-19: experts

    China's economy is expected to recover in the second quarter after shrinking in the first quarter amid the COVID-19 pandemic, experts said Tuesday.


  • China's Q1 new loans reaches nearly 7 trln yuan to support virus-hit economy

    China's new loans have reached nearly 7 trillion yuan (about 988 billion U.S. dollars) in the first quarter of this year as the country steps up financial support to shore up the virus-hit economy, according to a senior banking official.


  • Thai Monetary Policy Committee predicts 5.3 pct contraction in Thai economy for 2020

    The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) revealed that countries around the world, including Thailand, were battered by Covid-19 outbreak in financial markets, economies and societies.


  • Epidemic's impact on economy to be 'manageable'

    The COVID-19 epidemic's overall impact on the Chinese economy will be manageable as the number of new cases has been steadily declining recently across the country, including in Hubei province, and because of the robust supportive measures taken by the government.


  • Economic Watch: "Contactless" economy booms amid epidemic

    With only around 15 books sold per day and half of them purchased by employees, OWSpace recently released a letter on social media platform WeChat seeking crowdfunding to support its operation.


  • State Council unveils new measures to mitigate coronavirus impact on Chinese economy

    The State Council, China's cabinet, on Tuesday unveiled a string of measures to reduce the impact of the coronavirus epidemic on the economy.


  • Epidemic impact on China's Q1 trade manageable: official

    The ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak is likely to strain China's trade growth in the first quarter of this year, but its impact is manageable, a commerce official said Friday.


  • 70 pct enterprises can stay cash flow positive in over 3 months: survey

    A survey conducted by the Business School of the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) showed that 70 percent of the companies can maintain positive cash flow over three months amid the novel coronavirus epidemic in China.


  • Thai economy grows by 2.4 pct in 2019

    The Office of the National Economic and Social Development Council (NESDC) revealed that Thailand's GDP grew by 1.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2019 and the economy in 2019 grew by 2.4 percent.


  • Cambodia: EIB invests EUR 51m to improve rural infrastructure and economic outlooks for 200,000 rural families

    Up to 200,000 Cambodian families in rural areas will benefit from year-round reliable and safer road network, improved vital rural infrastructure and better food supply as the EIB invests EUR 51m in the Sustainable Assets for Agriculture Markets, Business and Trade project (SAAMBAT).


  • Lao economy to grow by 6.3 percent in 2020: think tank

    Lao macroeconomic growth is projected to improve moderately in 2020, with growth of 6.3 to 6.4 percent forecast by the Center for Macroeconomic Policy Research and Economic Restructuring under the National Institute for Economic Research, a Lao state-run think tank.


  • Roundup: Malaysian experts upbeat about China's economic recovery from virus outbreak

    Malaysian experts have recently expressed confidence in China's economic recovery from the setbacks caused by the novel coronavirus outbreak.


  • China to maintain economic and social progress while advancing epidemic control

    As it advances epidemic control with all-out efforts, China will enhance macro-economic regulation, and step up production, allocation and supply of key materials, to maintain social and economic progress.


  • Novel coronavirus outbreak not to affect cross-border investment in long run: economist

    The fundamentals of the Chinese economy are fine and the novel coronavirus outbreak is not likely to affect cross-border investments in the long run, a German economics professor said on Tuesday.


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