The magnitude and decline of China’s economic slowdown has been larger than expected this year, according to Yang Weimin, deputy director of the CPPCC’s Economic Affairs Committee. Photo: Dickson Lee
The magnitude and decline of China’s economic slowdown has been larger than expected this year, according to Yang Weimin, deputy director of the CPPCC’s Economic Affairs Committee. Photo: Dickson Lee

China’s economic growth is ‘biggest challenge’ for Beijing in 2022, senior adviser warns

  • Yang Weimin suggests that Beijing’s policymakers could rally more supportive policies to address economic deterioration and rising external challenges
  • Headwinds facing world’s second-largest economy include new Omicron variant, financial risks resulting from Evergrande debt crisis and trade relations with US

Topic |   China's economic recovery
The magnitude and decline of China’s economic slowdown has been larger than expected this year, according to Yang Weimin, deputy director of the CPPCC’s Economic Affairs Committee. Photo: Dickson Lee
The magnitude and decline of China’s economic slowdown has been larger than expected this year, according to Yang Weimin, deputy director of the CPPCC’s Economic Affairs Committee. Photo: Dickson Lee
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