The diary of the actuary
6.7%. This is the Chinese growth rate in the second quarter of 2016, in line with the first quarter. The growth is due to investment in infrastructure and, despite a period of turbulence in the markets and the depreciation of the yuan, a higher than expected domestic consumption.
Source: IMF – International Monetary Found
Shanghai (China), businessmen leaving a 5 stars hotel in town.
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