International Reserves in China

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China - International Reserves

Early data for the second quarter suggests that economic activity is losing some steam, following stronger-than-expected growth in the first quarter. A weakening property sector and reduced fiscal incentives to buy cars are putting downward pressure on retail sales. Moreover, investment in fixed assets is suffering from the ongoing financial deleveraging and the government’s campaign to curb housing prices in tier-one cities. On the upside, manufacturing output continues to perform well on the back of solid external demand. While momentum appears to be fading, strong import growth suggests that domestic demand remains strong overall and that the country should still post a solid growth rate in Q2. Meanwhile, in a joint statement on 19 May, China and the United States decided to put the proposed tariffs on hold and continue working on a new trade framework.

China - International Reserves Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
International Reserves (USD)3,880  3,899  3,116  3,098  3,236  

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China International Reserves Chart

China International Reserves
Note: International reserves in months of imports.
Source: People's Bank of China and Met the why particular calculations.

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