China View: Recovery to continue into 2021, but growth momentum might slow (Sep 2020 Data)

The Conference Board, Inc., 7 pages, November 26, 2020
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With public life nearly back to normal in most parts of China, the country’s economic recovery is entering a second stage. The trajectory looking forward will depend mostly on consumption and the restart and new establishment of small-sized services businesses. The first stage recovery, driven by industrial production resumption and stimulus-backed investment, has largely run its course. There is little headroom for more growth pickup in industrial production unless a consumption recovery creates new demand.

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