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15th Nov 2022 16:14China+, Daily Monitor

  • China’s economy suffered the October blues, due to Covid measures and Congress disruptions.
  • Reviving the domestic economy is crucial, with exports trending down on a gloomy global outlook.
  • Basic shifts in Covid and property policies will pave the way for a gradual growth recovery in 2023.

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