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Oct 20, 2017
China's GDP growth rises 6.8% in July-September quarter on real estate boom; meets expectationsMany economists, believe the Chinese economy will soon lose steam, arguing that the impact of earlier stimulus measures will start to fade
Aug 16, 2017
China's focus on short-term targets puts mid-term growth at risk: IMFThe main cost of stronger growth in China "is further large increases in public and private debt", the IMF said in its annual review of China's economy.
Jul 17, 2017
China second-quarter GDP growth beats expectations on strong factory outputOn a quarterly basis, growth picked up to 1.7 percent from 1.3 percent in the first quarter, in line with expectations.
Oct 19, 2016
China's economy grows steadily at 6.7% in third quarterChina's GDP growth was "steady" at 6.7 percent in the third quarter of this year, according to a government data released today, signaling that the world's second-largest economy is stabilising after continuous slowdown.
Jul 15, 2016
China second-quarter GDP grows 6.7%, slightly better than expectedRetail sales growth picked up to 10.6 percent. Analysts had forecast growth of 10.0 percent, unchanged from the previous month.
Apr 15, 2016
China economy posts weakest growth since 2009 but recovery signs emergeThe tentative signs of recovery face off against a wide range of risks present in both the domestic and global economies
Jan 19, 2016
China's 2015 growth slows to weakest in 25 years; pain seen continuing in 2016Array
Oct 19, 2015
At 6.9%, China's July-Sept GDP sees weakest growth since 2009The government has quickened spending on infrastructure and eased curbs on the ailing property sector, which have succeeded in reviving weak home sales and prices but have not yet reversed a sharp decline in new construction
Sep 07, 2015
China revises down its 2014 GDP growth to 7.3% from 7.4%Array
Sep 07, 2015
China may be getting a foothold; Jaitley should now push steps to revive investor confidenceCheaper commodity and crude prices are an advantage for India. But, as long as investors are not putting money on the table, it is difficult to get the growth momentum back