Official statistics of an economy are crucial for any country. In the case of China are very important to project the performance of the global economy, as the Asian giant is the second largest economy with a GDP (current prices USD) $ 8.227 billion in 2012 according World Bank’s data.
- Data on Chinese GDP growth in the second quarter of 2013 (until June)
The announcement that China’s economy grew by 7.5 percent per year in the three months to June was a positive surprise. Many analysts were expecting a loosest unemployment because of the weak indicators series that preceded. However, it is the less robust growth since 1990, discounting some quarters during the height of the global financial crisis. Leer más