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China's 2019 economy by the numbers

By Chinadaily | 2020-03-11

The Chinese economy not only remained stable last year, it expanded 6.1 percent despite external turbulence. That suggests resilience backed by a vast domestic market, data released by the National Bureau of Statistics indicated.
"The economy was generally stable last year, with a steady rise in the quality of development," said Ning Jizhe, head of the NBS.
China's annual GDP came in at 99.09 trillion yuan ($14.4 trillion) last year, while per-capita GDP topped $10,000 for the first time at $10,276, Ning said.

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