Some economists’ estimates for China’s full year growth rate were cut just to 1 per cent after worse-than-expected economic data for January and February was released on Monday. Photo: AP Some economists’ estimates for China’s full year growth rate were cut just to 1 per cent after worse-than-expected economic data for January and February was released on Monday. Photo: AP
Some economists’ estimates for China’s full year growth rate were cut just to 1 per cent after worse-than-expected economic data for January and February was released on Monday. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: China’s economic emergence from lockdown continues with electricity, coal, transport gains

  • Indicators for electricity and coal power generation, as well as car sales, port traffic and passenger activity, have shown signs of improvement as factories gradually resume production
  • But economists say the rebound is progressing slower than expected, meaning a full recovery could take longer

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Some economists’ estimates for China’s full year growth rate were cut just to 1 per cent after worse-than-expected economic data for January and February was released on Monday. Photo: AP Some economists’ estimates for China’s full year growth rate were cut just to 1 per cent after worse-than-expected economic data for January and February was released on Monday. Photo: AP
Some economists’ estimates for China’s full year growth rate were cut just to 1 per cent after worse-than-expected economic data for January and February was released on Monday. Photo: AP
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