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China View: Recovery to continue into 2021, but growth momentum might slow (Sep 2020 Data)

With public life nearly back to normal in most parts of China, the country’s economic recovery is entering a second stage. The trajectory looking forward will depend mostly on consumption and the restart and new establishment of small-sized services businesses. The first stage recovery, driven by industrial production resumption and stimulus-backed investment, has largely run its course. There is little headroom for more growth pickup in industrial production unless a consumption recovery creates new demand. 

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