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China sees economy grow 4.9% in third quarter, beating expectations

By France24
21 October 2023   |   12:26 pm
China's National Bureau of Statistics has released a new raft of data on the health of the Chinese economy, the world's second largest. Annual GDP growth in the third quarter reached 4.9%, beating analysts' expectations. The authorities' efforts to support growth are bearing fruit, although retail sales remain low and the property sector continues to struggle.

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