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Chinese economy rebounds in 2021, but slowing growth fuels concerns

By France24
17 January 2022   |   12:33 pm
China's economy grew by 8.1 percent last year, but the expansion slowed towards the end of 2021. FRANCE 24's Cole Stangler takes a closer look at the factors holding up growth, from sluggish retail sales to the high cost of Covid-19 lockdowns.

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