Mainland tourists take selfies in front of the Hong Kong city skyline. Chinese tourism numbers, including international travel, have held up despite uncertainty regarding the broader economy. Photo: Bloomberg
Aidan Yao
Opinion

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Macroscope by Aidan Yao

China’s economy hasn’t hit bottom yet. The good news is that it will in the next quarter

  • Despite decent sales during the Lunar New Year, declining demand is likely to push China’s economy further down before loosening credit takes effect in the second quarter and sparks a recovery

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Mainland tourists take selfies in front of the Hong Kong city skyline. Chinese tourism numbers, including international travel, have held up despite uncertainty regarding the broader economy. Photo: Bloomberg
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