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We gather the numbers to know from the week’s biggest economic news stories so you can impress your friends.
A year after COVID became a pandemic, more studies say the way economies are measured needs an overhaul.
Working from home has driven up overseas demand for Chinese exports, keeping workers in factories during the holiday.
China is likely to have been the only large economy to grow last year as it rebounded from COVID lockdowns.
Small companies have taken the brunt of the COVID slump, but their agility has proven to be their greatest asset.
October data show China manufacturing accelerated to nine-year high led by strong domestic demand, but exports lagged.
From ‘healthy’ growth to high-tech, China has outlined its economic goals and strategies for the next five years.