外文标题：China beats expectations, posts 7% GDP growth in Q2
BEIJING: China’s GDP grew by 7 per cent in the second quarter, its weakest growth since the global financial crisis in 2009, beating forecast of a slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy rattled by the recent stock market crash and falling exports.
In the first half of this year, the gross domestic product (GDP) hit 29.7 trillion yuan (USD 4.9 trillion) up 7 per cent year-on-year, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data said.
The national economy has stayed “in the proper range” in the first half as major economic indicators gradually recovered, indicating stabilisation and improvement, it said.
China’s economy, a key driver of world growth, expanded 7.4 per cent last year, slower than the 7.7 per cent in 2013.
The figure is in line with the government target of about 7 per cent growth this year.
16 hrs ago
prajesh () 18 hrs ago
these Figurres does not have authenticity….we forcast some thing…but result are sonething….
18 hrs ago
The success and failure of a country depends upon its leadership.A country of vast population like has been able to this position due to the leaders. Our leaders must from them.
20 hrs ago
whether growth or de growth we have freedom which is lacking in China
7% GDP growth for China in the first quarte appears miracle.
21 hrs ago
China is hard working country were govt care for there people and support them in there business, they provide financial backing to the new business and help them to flourish that’s why there GDP increases every time,though this time it hasn’t to much but still there market economy is way better than us
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20 hrs ago
other side of grass is always green
aj (mas) 21 hrs ago
not as bad as expected