The second quarter of 2019 saw China's slowest growth rate since 1990.
In the three months to June, the Chinese economy grew by 6.2%, year on year, largely in line with official forecasts. Industrial growth continued surged by 6,3%, while retail jumped by 9,8%.
Continued growth is largely driven by public-investment, significant tax cuts and the reduction of capital buffers required from Chinese lenders. This cumulative stimulus package appears to be working, even amid a major Sino-American tr...

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