China’s capital account saw a large deficit due to an unprecedented decline of FDI and an increase of ODI.
In this chartbook, we walk you through how China's economy beat market expectations in Q3, largely due to careful policy easing from Beijing.
Beijing will issue an extra RMB 1trn in central government bonds this year to boost localities’ spending; a pivot to fiscal policy appears to be underway.
Mainland China’s outbound direct investment recorded a decline in 2022, but 2023 is on pace to be a major year.
China’s oil demand has turned out much stronger than expected and may end up accounting for 75% of global growth in 2023.
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