Editorial: China’s Stabilizing Economy Offers Leaders a Window of Opportunity for Reform
China’s economy grew 6.9% in the second quarter, according to latest official figures, continuing its recovery momentum after the gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate fell to 6.7% in the first three quarters in 2016.
The second-quarter figures, released by the National Bureau of Statistics last week, are better than the market’s estimate, indicating the resilience and potential of the Chinese economy.
Founder & Publisher, Caixin Media
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