How China’s shifting growth picture could hit global markets


A shopping mall in Qingzhou, Shandong province, broadcasts the opening ceremony of China’s National People’s Congress on Sunday, March 5, 2023.

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China’s economy will be forced to recalibrate because of a “fractured” global order, and the new drivers of growth will “disappoint” global markets, according to David Roche, president of Independent Strategy.

At its National People’s Congress on Sunday, the Chinese government announced a target of “around 5%” growth in gross domestic product in 2023 — the country’s lowest for more than three decades and below the 5.5% expected by economists. The administration also proposed a modest increase in…


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