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Domestic Demand Remains Insufficient - NDRC

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China’s domestic demand remains insufficient with weak social expectations, according to Liu Sushe, deputy director of the NDRC. Speaking at a press conference, Liu acknowledged the economic foundation was not yet solid and still faced challenges. Yuan Da, deputy secretary-general of the NDRC, said the economy achieved a good start in Q1, laying a solid foundation for achieving its full-year goals and China's recovery will continue to consolidate as government policy takes effect and it deploys new measures. (Source: Yicai)

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China’s domestic demand remains insufficient with weak social expectations, according to Liu Sushe, deputy director of the NDRC. Speaking at a press conference, Liu acknowledged the economic foundation was not yet solid and still faced challenges. Yuan Da, deputy secretary-general of the NDRC, said the economy achieved a good start in Q1, laying a solid foundation for achieving its full-year goals and China's recovery will continue to consolidate as government policy takes effect and it deploys new measures. (Source: Yicai)