Reuters reporting additional headlines from China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), in the wake of upbeat Chinese Q2 GDP data.
H1 economic achievement "hard won"
China has yet to implement new statistical method on national economy
Implementing new statistical methods on national economy will be a gradual process
Prudent and neutral monetary policy will provide necessary liquidity in the economy, but also prevent rise in debt levels
Expects property investment growth to stabilise
Expects China's consumer price inflation to remain benign
Consumption accounted for 63.4 pct of H1 GDP growth
Capital formation accounted for 32.7 pct of h1 GDP growth
Net exports accounted for 3.9 pct of H1 GDP growth
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