China’s economic rebound to benefit the world


Bright start: Transport minister and MCA president, Datuk Seri Ir Dr Wee Ka Siong (centre, back row) flanked by co-founder and patron of WCES Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew on his right and WCES organising chairman Tan Sri Michael Yeoh on his left during the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

CHINA will provide business opportunities for the world as its economy rebounds strongly from Covid-19 crisis on the back of effective government policies and political commitment, according to prominent speakers at the World Chinese Economic Summit (WCES).

With surge in exports and investments, China will be the only major economy to post growth this year and its GDP is projected to grow at 2%, according to Zhang Xiaoqiang via zoom at the WCES hybrid conference held in Kuala Lumpur last Monday.

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