The reliability of China’s economic data has long been questioned, mainly from overseas observers who have called into question figures including gross domestic product (GDP) growth, household income and unemployment. Photo: AFP
The reliability of China’s economic data has long been questioned, mainly from overseas observers who have called into question figures including gross domestic product (GDP) growth, household income and unemployment. Photo: AFP
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China tackles ‘corruption in numbers’ to ensure economic, social stability in 2022

  • New statistical guidelines highlight Beijing’s intention to narrow the gap between government narratives and market reality
  • Many have long questioned the reliability of China’s economic data, a concern highlighted with many sectors of the economy facing various coronavirus pressures

Topic |   China GDP
The reliability of China’s economic data has long been questioned, mainly from overseas observers who have called into question figures including gross domestic product (GDP) growth, household income and unemployment. Photo: AFP
The reliability of China’s economic data has long been questioned, mainly from overseas observers who have called into question figures including gross domestic product (GDP) growth, household income and unemployment. Photo: AFP
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