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Asia | 17 July 2020 China's Q2 Bounce was Solid, but Not That Good, Old Habits Die Hard
China's GDP report for the second quarter sprung an upside surprise, with the economy growing by 3.2% year-over-year--on paper--marking a sharp reversal from the 6.8% plunge in the first quarter, due to the country's nationwide lockdown.

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17 July 2020 China's Q2 Bounce was Solid, but Not That Good, Old Habits Die Hard

By Miguel Chanco

China's GDP report for the second quarter sprung an upside surprise, with the economy growing by 3.2% year-over-year--on paper--marking a sharp reversal from the 6.8% plunge in the first quarter, due to the country's nationwide lockdown.

Posted: 17th Jul 2020 in 'Asia'

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