Pubblicato in: Banche Centrali, Cina

Cina. Pil Q3 +6.0% yoy.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.


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Il National Bureau of Statistics of China ha rilasciato i dati relativi al prodotto interno lordo relativo al terzo trimestre: +6.0%.

I media liberal occidentali hanno subito intonato il De Profundis per l’economia cinese e per i poveri cinesi che si sono espansi solo del 6%, non godono degli human rights e non ne vogliono proprio sapere di fallire.


The Economic Times. 2019-10-18. China’s Q3 GDP growth slows to 6%, slowest in 27 years

«China’s economy expanded at its slowest rate in nearly three decades in the third quarter, hit by cooling domestic demand and a protracted US trade war, data showed Friday, with an official warning of “mounting downward pressure”.

Gross domestic product expanded 6.0 percent in July-September, down from 6.2 percent in the second quarter, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).»


MSN. 2019-10-18. China posts GDP growth of 6.0% in Q3, lowest quarterly growth since 1992

«China’s economy seems to be struggling with sluggish growth. It’s preliminary GDP growth for the third quarter marked the lowest quarterly growth in 27 years. China’s National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday,… that the Chinese economy grew six percent on-year in the July to September period…. slightly down compared to the previous quarter. Although the bureau hasn’t confirmed specific reasons as to why China’s economy contracted… experts say,… it’s likely the world’s second largest economy is feeling the heat from its trade war with the U.S.»


Financial Post. 2019-10-18. China Q3 GDP grows 6.0% y/y, misses expectations

«BEIJING — China’s economic growth slowed more than expected to 6.0% year-on-year in the third quarter, the weakest pace in at least 27-1/2 years, as demand at home and abroad faltered amid a bruising Sino-U.S. trade war.

Friday’s data marked a further loss of momentum for the economy from the second quarter’s 6.2% growth, likely raising expectations that Beijing needs to roll out more measures to ward off a sharper slowdown.

Analysts polled by Reuters had forecast gross domestic product (GDP) to grow 6.1% in the July-September quarter from a year earlier.»

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Una unica considerazione.

In Italia il Pil è a crescita zero, e nell’Eurozona ammonta allo 0.3%.

Diciamolo pure francamente: come vorremmo essere al posto dei miserandi cinesi!