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China’s economy resilient despite uncertainties caused by Ukraine crisis


© Reuters. Protective masks are worn by people who visit Shanghai’s main shopping district on January 21st, 2022. REUTERS/Aly Song/Files


BEIJING (Reuters – China’s economy continues to be resilient despite the Ukraine crisis’s rising uncertainty, the country’s top planner stated on Monday.

China will improve policy coordination and accelerate growth policies rollout, LianWeiliang, vice-head at the National Development and Reform Commission told a news conference.

Beijing is targeting slower economic growth this year of 5.5%, amid uncertainty in global recovery and downturns in large property sectors.

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