China's GDP is Anticipated to Increase by 4.7 percent this Year, Falling Short of the Aim of 5.5 percent, According to PBOC's Wang

According to a statement released on Monday by Wang Yiming, a member of the People's Bank of China's (PBOC) monetary policy committee, the Chinese economy is predicted to rise by 4.7 percent this year.

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China's GDP is Anticipated to Increase by 4.7 percent this Year, Falling Short of the Aim of 5.5 percent, According to P

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According to a statement released on Monday by Wang Yiming, a member of the People's Bank of China's (PBOC) monetary policy committee, the Chinese economy is predicted to rise by 4.7 percent this year.

According to Wang, China's economy may experience a significant upturn in the second half, "but challenges remain for the 5.5 percent aim."

The central bank advisor said on Saturday that the nation might try to stimulate the economy by issuing unique national bonds that don't count as financial deficits.

The Market Reaction

When last seen, the USD/CNY currency exchange rate was traded at 0.6860 points, down 0.04 percent on the day. The aforementioned remarks have no effect on the pair.

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