The Point: Figuring out Chinese economic figures

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#China’s #GDP grew by 8.1 percent in 2021, higher than the around 6 percent target. That’s according to the National Bureau of Statistics at a press conference in Beijing on Monday morning. Other key figures from the conference are a historic high in trade, imports and exports, record food production and creation of over 12 million new jobs. What do the data say about the state of China’s #economy? What are the risks to watch out for in 2022? And what’s the forecast for this year?

Guest: Zhu Ning, Deputy Dean, Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

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