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China details measures for better use of existing infrastructure, assets
26th May 2022

China has detailed measures to put infrastructure and other existing assets to better use, as part of efforts to boost effective investment and reduce government debt risks.

According to a guideline released on Wednesday by the State Council, China's cabinet, the healthy development of infrastructure real-estate investment trusts (REITs) will be promoted, and a multi-level infrastructure REITs market will be established.
The mobilization of existing assets through public-private partnership projects will be encouraged, the guideline said.
It also noted that efforts will be made to promote the transformation of idle assets, developing new functions such as elderly and child care, leisure tourism and community services.
inhuaPolicy incentives will help funnel funds raised from mobilizing existing assets to key projects such as integrated transportation and logistics hubs, large clean energy bases and environment protection infrastructure, the guideline said.
Source: Xinhua
China to continue stabilizing foreign investment amid challenges
20th May 2022

China's commerce ministry said Thursday that it would continue stabilizing foreign investment and provide a better business environment and services to foreign companies.

"Influenced by multiple factors, China faces many challenges in utilizing foreign capital," Shu Jueting, spokesperson for the Ministry of Commerce, said at a press conference.
"But favorable factors that affect China's foreign investment have not changed," Shu added.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) into the Chinese mainland, in actual use, expanded 20.5 percent year on year to 478.61 billion yuan in the first four months of the year, data from the commerce ministry showed.
In U.S. dollar terms, the inflow went up 26.1 percent year on year to 74.47 billion dollars, said the ministry.
Shu has attributed the fast growth in FDI to the country's appealing market, opening-up endeavors, and an optimized business environment.
"China remains attractive to foreign investment as its economic fundamentals for long-term growth remain sound and unchanged. Foreign enterprises are optimistic about their long-term development prospects in the country," Shu added.
Source: Xinhua
China's economy maintains sound momentum despite fluctuations
13th May 2022

 Despite mounting domestic and external uncertainties, China's economy continues to progress with a sound momentum, an official told Xinhua in an interview.

"Although some indicators saw short-term contractions mainly due to the COVID-19 blow, the fundamentals underpinning the economy's stable development and sound momentum remain unchanged," said Sheng Laiyun, deputy head of the National Bureau of Statistics.
In particular, the country's general trend toward economic upgrading and high-quality development has not changed, he said.
China's economy got off to a steady start in the first quarter of this year, with its GDP growing 4.8 percent year on year, accelerating from a 4 percent increase in the fourth quarter last year.
However, shrinking demand, supply shocks and weakening expectations have weighed on the economy since March. Sheng said that leveraging multi-pronged macro policies is the key to reducing the COVID-19 impact to the minimum and ensuring the economy operates in a reasonable range.
The country has vowed to adhere unwaveringly to its dynamic zero-COVID policy to consolidate the hard-won results of prevention and control work, Sheng said.
He also stressed ramping up pro-growth policies and giving full play to effective investment. "History has shown that expanding infrastructure investment is the most effective and fastest way out of short-term economic hardship," he said.
China's amount of infrastructure per capita is only 20 percent to 30 percent of that of developed countries, and its per capita railway operating length is less than 30 percent of the figure for the United States, showing great potential for infrastructure investment, Sheng said.
He also mentioned measures including tax and fee cuts, the deferral of social security contribution payments and the issuance of inclusive loans to shore up market entities.
Noting the increasing COVID-induced pressure on the job market, Sheng highlighted the importance of the full and thorough implementation of pro-employment policies.
"With policies to coordinate pandemic control with economic and social development taking effect, the COVID-19 impact is expected to subdue gradually," Sheng said, citing positive signals already seen in power generation and consumption data.
Efforts should also be made to ensure stable supplies and prices, he said
Source: Xinhua
Reasons to stay optimistic on Chinese economy
21st April 2022
* China's gross domestic product grew by 4.8 percent year on year in Q1, quickening from a 4-percent increase in the previous quarter.
* This positive start to the year has defied uncertainties stemming from the Russia-Ukraine conflict and a resurgence of domestic COVID-19 infections.
* The long-term economic fundamentals remain sound and the continued momentum of economic recovery has not changed.
With several economic indicators showing slower increases in the first quarter (Q1) of the year, some analysts are concerned that China is falling into a further slowdown, or even a slump. But is this actually the case?
A closer look at the economic performance would prove that such concerns are overblown as the world's second largest economy remains resilient with a super-large market, complete industrial and supply chains and huge domestic demand.
China's gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 4.8 percent year on year in Q1, quickening from a 4-percent increase in the previous quarter, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed on Monday. This positive start to the year has defied uncertainties stemming from the Russia-Ukraine conflict and a resurgence of domestic COVID-19 infections.
Though lower than the 5.5-percent annual growth target set by policymakers in March, the Q1 growth will not "drag down" China's economic development in 2022, which mainly depends on economic operations in Q3 and Q4, according to Li Daokui, an economist with Tsinghua University.
Overall, China has shown solid economic performance in Q1 and a 4.8-percent GDP expansion represents fairly rapid growth, Li told Xinhua.
Source: Xinhua

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