Figures published by China’s National Energy Administration for electricity use in the agriculture sector caused confusion and annoyance among economists and analysts. Photo. EPA Figures published by China’s National Energy Administration for electricity use in the agriculture sector caused confusion and annoyance among economists and analysts. Photo. EPA
Figures published by China’s National Energy Administration for electricity use in the agriculture sector caused confusion and annoyance among economists and analysts. Photo. EPA
China economy

China’s official figures: lies, damned lies or just changing statistical methods?

Economists say it’s hard to know what to believe when calculations stop adding up and the government keeps moving the goalposts

Topic |   China economy
Figures published by China’s National Energy Administration for electricity use in the agriculture sector caused confusion and annoyance among economists and analysts. Photo. EPA Figures published by China’s National Energy Administration for electricity use in the agriculture sector caused confusion and annoyance among economists and analysts. Photo. EPA
Figures published by China’s National Energy Administration for electricity use in the agriculture sector caused confusion and annoyance among economists and analysts. Photo. EPA
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