International Reserves in China

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China - International Reserves

In an unprecedented move and highlighting the significant challenges facing the economy following the Covid-19 outbreak, the country's top leadership decided to remove its traditional annual economic growth target at the opening of the National People's Congress (NPC) on 22 May. Instead, Premier Li Keqiang stressed the importance of stabilizing jobs and alleviating poverty. Against this backdrop, the government unveiled a larger fiscal deficit target for this year and off-budget measures to shore up economic growth and support employment. According to analysts, the size of the total fiscal stimulus will amount to around 7% of GDP. Meanwhile, the economy is slowly recovering from the coronavirus-induced economic shock in the first quarter, when GDP shrunk for the first time in decades. That said, retail sales remained weak in April, suggesting that private consumption is faltering, while April's rebound in exports will likely be short-lived as most of China's main trading partners are struggling with the pandemic.

China - International Reserves Data

2014   2015   2016   2017   2018  
International Reserves (USD)3,899  3,406  3,098  3,236  3,168  

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China International Reserves
Note: International reserves in months of imports.
Source: People's Bank of China and FocusEconomics calculations.

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