China’s economic growth weakened last quarter in the face of slow private spending, a property market crisis and virus outbreaks. Gross domestic product grew 4% in the final quarter of 2021 from a year earlier, higher than the 3.3% rise projected by economist. Sian Fenner, lead Asia economist at Oxford Economics, discusses what the latest figures and the central bank’s decision to lowered a key interest rate for the first time since the peak of the pandemic in 2020 mean for the outlook of the economy. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

5 thoughts on “China’s Economic Growth Slows in Fourth Quarter”
  1. China’s GDP surpassed 18 trillion dollars and total GDP (Taiwan Hong Kong and Macau) is now 19.5 trillion dollars.

    The US economy will slide back in to a very deep recession in 2022 due rate hikes and raging virus. China will surpass US in 2024.

  2. Dont worry,CIA can change everything,I guess The United States will create trouble to stop China
    So the most dangerous area in 2022
    1.Central Asia,

  3. If the figure looks good then it must be a bubble that’s gna burst anytime; if the figure looks bad, then it’s already collapsing.

    It’s quite easy to report on China nowadays 😆

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