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China’s economic rebound shows upside to ‘stringent lockdowns, testing, tracking’, analysts say

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Powered by an early and severely enforced spate of lockdowns, nationwide test-and-trace campaigns, and a huge domestic market that has finally started to deliver a rebound in consumption, China’s economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic continued in the third quarter – albeit at a slower pace than economists had expected.The economy expanded by 4.9 per cent between July and September, compared with a year earlier, driven by an uptick in the services sector and consistent strength in…

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Powered by an early and severely enforced spate of lockdowns, nationwide test-and-trace campaigns, and a huge domestic market that has finally started to deliver a rebound in consumption, China’s economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic continued in the third quarter – albeit at a slower pace than economists had expected.The economy expanded by 4.9 per cent between July and September, compared with a year earlier, driven by an uptick in the services sector and consistent strength in…

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