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China’s economic growth looks to continue into 2021, but infrastructure boom nearing its peak, analysts say

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A series of massive infrastructure construction projects have begun across China in the final months of the year, as the country’s building boom continues to boost economic growth in the fourth quarter and looks to continue doing so into 2021.However, the momentum of the country’s infrastructure and property building boom appears to be approaching its peak after Beijing turned to this traditional growth driver to help power the economy’s recovery from the damage caused by the coronavirus…

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A series of massive infrastructure construction projects have begun across China in the final months of the year, as the country’s building boom continues to boost economic growth in the fourth quarter and looks to continue doing so into 2021.However, the momentum of the country’s infrastructure and property building boom appears to be approaching its peak after Beijing turned to this traditional growth driver to help power the economy’s recovery from the damage caused by the coronavirus…

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