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Government spending boosts China's GDP growth to 3.2% in Q2 | Money Talks

China's economy is bouncing back from a slowdown brought on by the COVID-19 outbreak. Its GDP rose beyond analysts' expectations in the second quarter. But domestic consumption has slowed and demand for exports is weak as other major economies struggle to contain the pandemic. As Mobin Nasir reports, that could make it hard for Beijing to maintain the pace of economic growth. For more on this, Einar Tangen joined us from Beijing. He's a commentator on international politics and economics. #China #GDP #Coronavirus

Japan's GDP contracts an annualised 27.8% in Q2 | Money Talks

Japan's GDP contracts an annualised 27.8% in Q2 | Money Talks

Money Talks: China's 2017 economic growth beats estimates

Money Talks: China's 2017 economic growth beats estimates

South Africa's GDP contracts 51% in Q2 | Money Talks

South Africa's GDP contracts 51% in Q2 | Money Talks

Beijing sets GDP growth target at between 6% and 6.5% | Money Talks

Beijing sets GDP growth target at between 6% and 6.5% | Money Talks

Tech giants to rein in hate speech to win back advertisers | Money Talks

Tech giants to rein in hate speech to win back advertisers | Money Talks

Mexican gym turns to selling food to keep business afloat | Money Talks

Mexican gym turns to selling food to keep business afloat | Money Talks

Tesla's market cap plunges $50B as 'Battery Day' disappoints | Money Talks

Tesla's market cap plunges $50B as 'Battery Day' disappoints | Money Talks

UN labour body says $3.5T in wages lost due to pandemic | Money Talks

UN labour body says $3.5T in wages lost due to pandemic | Money Talks

Tech giants to rein in hate speech to win back advertisers | Money Talks

Tech giants to rein in hate speech to win back advertisers | Money Talks

Trump contradicts top health officials on vaccine readiness | Money Talks

Trump contradicts top health officials on vaccine readiness | Money Talks

UK rail companies eager to welcome commuters on board again | Money Talks

UK rail companies eager to welcome commuters on board again | Money Talks

South Africa eases restrictions as new COVID-19 cases fall | Money Talks

South Africa eases restrictions as new COVID-19 cases fall | Money Talks

Low borrowing costs drive global surge in IPOs | Money Talks

Low borrowing costs drive global surge in IPOs | Money Talks

Facebook faces Federal Trade Commission anti-trust probe | | Money Talks

Facebook faces Federal Trade Commission anti-trust probe | | Money Talks

EU Commission promises 55% reduction in emissions by 2030 | Money Talks

EU Commission promises 55% reduction in emissions by 2030 | Money Talks

US House committee says Boeing, FAA covered up issues | Money Talks

US House committee says Boeing, FAA covered up issues | Money Talks

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