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China View: Faltering demand will slow China's recovery in 2H


July 2020 | China Center Publications

China’s reported growth rebound of 3.2 percent in Q2 surprised to the upside, but growth momentum is likely to tail off in the 2H. Although there was considerable scrutiny of this Q2 number in the business media (for example), the reported growth spike seems within the realm of possibility given the size of the investment boom and industrial production surge in Q2 on the back of significant government stimulus. 


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Yuan Gao

Senior Economist, China Center for Economics and Business
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