China’s government is desperate to steady the economy and ensure the country’s growing unemployment problem does not get worse. Photo: Reuters China’s government is desperate to steady the economy and ensure the country’s growing unemployment problem does not get worse. Photo: Reuters
China’s government is desperate to steady the economy and ensure the country’s growing unemployment problem does not get worse. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: can China’s economy rebound in 2020 second quarter with the rest of the world still in trouble?

  • Some private economists say China’s economic growth will bounce back in the second quarter, although there is debate about how strong it will be
  • China is expected to suffer a first quarter contraction for the first time since 1976, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to damage the global economy

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
China’s government is desperate to steady the economy and ensure the country’s growing unemployment problem does not get worse. Photo: Reuters China’s government is desperate to steady the economy and ensure the country’s growing unemployment problem does not get worse. Photo: Reuters
China’s government is desperate to steady the economy and ensure the country’s growing unemployment problem does not get worse. Photo: Reuters
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