China’s President Xi Jinping said this week that control of the coronavirus had entered a critical stage despite “positive developments” in containing the outbreak. Illustration: Henry Wong China’s President Xi Jinping said this week that control of the coronavirus had entered a critical stage despite “positive developments” in containing the outbreak. Illustration: Henry Wong
China’s President Xi Jinping said this week that control of the coronavirus had entered a critical stage despite “positive developments” in containing the outbreak. Illustration: Henry Wong

Coronavirus: China puts a brave face on economic impact as Xi Jinping still vows to deliver promised goals

  • President Xi Jinping has emphasised the outbreak of coronavirus should not stop China from achieving its social and economic goals
  • Many economists predict that Chinese growth this year will fall below 5.6 per cent, threatening the first of the Communist Party’s so-called centenary goals

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
China’s President Xi Jinping said this week that control of the coronavirus had entered a critical stage despite “positive developments” in containing the outbreak. Illustration: Henry Wong China’s President Xi Jinping said this week that control of the coronavirus had entered a critical stage despite “positive developments” in containing the outbreak. Illustration: Henry Wong
China’s President Xi Jinping said this week that control of the coronavirus had entered a critical stage despite “positive developments” in containing the outbreak. Illustration: Henry Wong
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