More comments are crossing the wires from the Chinese stats bureau, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), as it expects the Chinese consumption to improve in March.
China's domestic demand to remain steady.
China's employment remains steady, the higher survey-based jobless rate in Feb due to Lunar New Year factor.
China's economic growth in Jan-Feb within a reasonable range.
Falling property sales in Jan-Feb due to Lunar New Year factors.
Expects economic growth to remain steady.
The possibility of having deflation in China is small.
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