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Is China's 5.5% GDP Economic Growth Target Realistic?

Peiqian Liu, China Economist, NatWest Markets

08-Mar-22 07:30

Is China's 5.5% GDP Economic Growth Target Realistic?

With the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and the National People’s Congress (NPC) convening in Beijing, we ask Peiqian Liu, China Economist from NatWest Markets, whether China's GDP growth target of 5.5% for 2022 is too optimistic? Image credit:

Produced by: Tan Chen Li

Presented by: Philip See, Wong Shou Ning, Tan Chen Li

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