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Caixin analysis: What to expect of China's economy in 2022

Major conference stresses 'stability,' with investment seen as a key goal

Financial officials in China may bank on new investments and less reliance on the real estate market to drive the economy in 2022.   © AP

After a bumpy ride in 2021, China enters an important year ahead, both politically and economically. Following is our take on emerging trends, key issues and potential surprises for the country in 2022.

The lengthy statement from the Central Economic Work Conference (CEWC) that concluded on Dec. 10 became the most widely dissected document of this turbulent year, with every word and phrase heavily scrutinized.

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