2019 February 15


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  1. South China's Hainan Province on Wednesday issued four measures intended to stimulate imports and boost foreign trade in the region. Imports of daily consumer goods including medicine, rehabilitation facilities, and elderly care equipment will be supported. - Read more

  2. Investment, an important engine of the Chinese economy, is expected to grow faster this year, allowing China to better cope with economic uncertainties in 2019. Industry estimates that investment will contribute 40% to economic growth in 2019, vs. 30% in 2018. - Read more

  3. Chinese vice-premier Liu He and US trade representative Robert Lighthizer resumed trade negotiations in Beijing on Thursday as markets grow more optimistic they can avoid an escalation of the trade war between the world’s two largest economies. - Read more

  4. Chinese exports rebounded in January, returning to growth as import declines eased, although analysts were unconvinced the jump in outbound shipments pointed to a robust recovery. Dollar-denominated exports rose 9.1% year on year. - Read more

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Grzegorz Stec