Chinese growth steadies as spending picks up

China's gross domestic product grew 6.7 percent in the second quarter, which suggests that the country's economy is reacting to increased policy support as consumer spending picks up.

Photo: Georg Hammerstein/POLFOTO/ARKIV

China's growth stabilized as lending and consumer spending picked up, suggesting the economy is responding to stepped up policy support.

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