China’s National Bureau of Statistic out with their comments on the Chinese economy, following the release of Q3 GDP report, which matched forecasts.
Key Headlines via Bloomberg:
Economy clearly steady situation
Economy sees more positive signs
Employment better than expected
Consumption contribution to economy is increasing
Key Headlines via Reuters:
Capital formation accounts for 36.8% of China's January - September GDP growth
Net exports account for -7.8% of January - September GDP growth
Rising prices of industrial products, profits partly due to supply-side reforms, these will unwaveringly push forward
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