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Fixed-asset investment growth was 5.8 percent in the first six months, compared with 6.3 percent in the first quarter, the NBS said.
Mao Shengyong, a spokesman for the NBS, said that “growth remained on tr
ack despite increasing external uncertainties and new downward growth pressure”.
“The 6.3 percent growth in the first half is in line with our expectations
and our full-year forecast of 6.2 percent growth,” said World Bank Country Director for China
Martin Raiser. In fact the data suggest “some stabilization of domestic demand, which is welcome”, Raiser added.