A total of 14 of China's 31 provincial-level governments have revised down their 2018 gross domestic product (GDP), while the other 17 revised upward, based on the latest economic census results.
Most of the governments who lowered their GDP figures are located in northern China, some of which have been hit by a recent economic slowdown amid sluggish domestic and global demand as well as structural economic changes.
Some of their revisions are . . .
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