China’s dramatic economic rebound from the damage caused by the coronavirus was highlighted by a significant acceleration in growth over the last three months of 2020. Photo: Reuters China’s dramatic economic rebound from the damage caused by the coronavirus was highlighted by a significant acceleration in growth over the last three months of 2020. Photo: Reuters
China’s dramatic economic rebound from the damage caused by the coronavirus was highlighted by a significant acceleration in growth over the last three months of 2020. Photo: Reuters
China economy

As coronavirus, US-China tensions add to global economic uncertainties, Asia looks to be a key growth engine

  • After a year in which ties between Beijing and Washington further strained, analysts are taking a measured approach to how the outlook could change under Joe Biden
  • Global coronavirus recovery seen hitting a few speed bumps before the pandemic is over, and the effects of geopolitical tensions will have wide-reaching ‘implications’

Topic |   China economy
China’s dramatic economic rebound from the damage caused by the coronavirus was highlighted by a significant acceleration in growth over the last three months of 2020. Photo: Reuters China’s dramatic economic rebound from the damage caused by the coronavirus was highlighted by a significant acceleration in growth over the last three months of 2020. Photo: Reuters
China’s dramatic economic rebound from the damage caused by the coronavirus was highlighted by a significant acceleration in growth over the last three months of 2020. Photo: Reuters
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