Cars at a logistics base in the Tangshan seaport economic development zone, in China’s Hebei province. Photo: XinhuaCars at a logistics base in the Tangshan seaport economic development zone, in China’s Hebei province. Photo: Xinhua
Cars at a logistics base in the Tangshan seaport economic development zone, in China’s Hebei province. Photo: Xinhua

Can Asean ride on China’s second-quarter economic rebound?

  • The world’s second-largest economy expanded 3.2 per cent, which analysts say is a sign of hope for Southeast Asian nations relying on it for growth
  • But while some say this could help cushion the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, others have adopted a more cautious tone

Topic |   Asean
Cars at a logistics base in the Tangshan seaport economic development zone, in China’s Hebei province. Photo: XinhuaCars at a logistics base in the Tangshan seaport economic development zone, in China’s Hebei province. Photo: Xinhua
Cars at a logistics base in the Tangshan seaport economic development zone, in China’s Hebei province. Photo: Xinhua
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