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China’s infrastructure push to fast-track 102 major projects as Omicron and economic risks loom large in 2022

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Beijing is trumpeting the urgency of its infrastructure construction push, as leaders admit that stabilising the national economy in the first half of this year will be an uphill battle.The fresh calls for increased consumption and more effective investment came as the world’s second-largest economy is facing new downward pressure, with the spread of Delta and Omicron coronavirus variants in major cities.“Our economic operations are now at the key stage of surmounting obstacles,” said a…

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Beijing is trumpeting the urgency of its infrastructure construction push, as leaders admit that stabilising the national economy in the first half of this year will be an uphill battle.The fresh calls for increased consumption and more effective investment came as the world’s second-largest economy is facing new downward pressure, with the spread of Delta and Omicron coronavirus variants in major cities.“Our economic operations are now at the key stage of surmounting obstacles,” said a…

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