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China’s provincial GDPs show widening gap between coastal and inland regions, as second-half economic concerns loom

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The disparities in provincial growth across China widened further during the past six months, with the economies in coastal regions surging ahead on the back of increased exports while northern and inland provinces continued lagging behind due to their dependency on slowing government investments, according to a Post analysis of new half-year provincial economic data.The results contrast starkly with Beijing’s attempts to balance regional development while cultivating self-sufficient…

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The disparities in provincial growth across China widened further during the past six months, with the economies in coastal regions surging ahead on the back of increased exports while northern and inland provinces continued lagging behind due to their dependency on slowing government investments, according to a Post analysis of new half-year provincial economic data.The results contrast starkly with Beijing’s attempts to balance regional development while cultivating self-sufficient…

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