外文标题：China denies inflating GDP figures
BEIJING: China on Thursday dismissed reports that it's 7 per cent GDP growth for the second quarter was an inflated data to conceal slowdown in the world's second largest economy, saying the "misunderstanding" might have been caused by different methods of calculations.
The stronger-than-expected GDP figures released on Wednesday have raised speculation that China has inflated the data, state-run Global Times reported.
Last month, the Financial Times published an article which said falling prices in China helped mask a significantly worse economic slowdown than official figures suggest.
Denying any attempts to conceal the slowdown, Sheng Laiyuan, spokesman of the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said different methods for calculating GDP adopted by China caused the misunderstanding.
"China's GDP figures were not overestimated, and they reflect actual conditions," the paper quoted him as saying.
6 hrs ago
7 percent growth is a hocus-pocus number generated from deep inside of the cleavage of the buttocks and all the supporting arguments just sound kaka memi.....Perhaps China is doing this show off as being one up on India's growth....maybe...who knows....
7 hrs ago
One cannot fool all the time. They will face the reality in 3rd quarter.
8 hrs ago
THERE WOULD BE ALWAYS TWO SIDES OF THE SAME STATEMENT . Yes! There could be no doubt as to the notable economic achievement made by Red China during the past few decades But how to believe it's figures of GDP growth? Is there any mechanism for rechecking the same based on any democratic norms? I am afraid- the big answer would be=NO
justice (uk) 9 hrs ago
The Indian government have over inflated there figures never trust Modi or the BJP
Anonymous () 9 hrs ago
⭕️Anand .... When there is no transperancy in any data and no fr**om of expression possible the government can control the result . It is all gimmick by Chinese .
10 hrs ago
Don't take those figures at face value.