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17th Jan 2023 15:50China+, Weekly Monitor

  • China’s economy bore up surprisingly well under the weight of the Covid exit waves in Q4.
  • Retail sales of catering plunged in December, but spending on autos, phones and medicines surged .
  • We think debt worries will limit the strength of policy support during the upcoming reopening period.

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