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Asia | 20 Apr 2020 Chinese GDP Seems Unlikely to Rise in 2020, given the Q1 Drop
It happened! Before Q1, Chinese GDP year-over- year growth had moved by no more than two tenths of a percentage point for years.

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20 Apr 2020 Chinese GDP Seems Unlikely to Rise in 2020, given the Q1 Drop

By Beamish Freya

It happened! Before Q1, Chinese GDP year-over- year growth had moved by no more than two tenths of a percentage point for years.

Posted: 20th Apr 2020 in 'Asia'

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