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In depth: Can China pull itself out of the economic doldrums?

Analysts say the government will need to ease fiscal and monetary policies

China's GDP growth is expected to further slow in the fourth quarter as COVID outbreaks, power shortages, surging raw material prices and property jitters weigh on activity.   © Reuters

China's GDP growth is expected to slow even further in the fourth quarter, as COVID-19 outbreaks across the country, power shortages, surging raw material prices and property jitters continue to weigh on activity, adding pressure on policymakers to do more to support the economy.

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