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China’s economic growth expected to slow sharply in Q2 as low base effect fades, said economists

Last updated on July 13, 2021

China's economic growth is expected to slow significantly on year in the second quarter as low base effect fades, but the quarterly growth likely accelerated as the economic activities slowed sharply during the Spring Festival holidays in the first quarter amid the impact of a series of Covid-19 flare-ups, said economists.

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