A steel worker operates a furnace at a steel manufacturing plant in China. Photo: Reuters A steel worker operates a furnace at a steel manufacturing plant in China. Photo: Reuters
A steel worker operates a furnace at a steel manufacturing plant in China. Photo: Reuters
China economy

So China’s growth looks good, but now what?

China’s first-quarter GDP growth – expected to be as much as 6.8 per cent – will help to quell hard landing fears, but fundamental questions remain about its sustainability

Topic |   China economy
A steel worker operates a furnace at a steel manufacturing plant in China. Photo: Reuters A steel worker operates a furnace at a steel manufacturing plant in China. Photo: Reuters
A steel worker operates a furnace at a steel manufacturing plant in China. Photo: Reuters
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