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      BEIJING -- China will further release its state reserves of copper, aluminum and zinc to ensure stable prices of commodities and ease cost pressure on firms, the country's top economic planner said Thursday.

      China remains the main driver of global demand with the consumption and service industry taking a more dominant role, Securities Times reported on Tuesday.

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      A view of Beijing on Oct 28, 2020. [Photo/IC]

      China's PPI growth will stay high in the short term but the effect on the CPI will be limited, said Qu Hongbin, chief China economist at HSBC.

      The fundamentals for RMB appreciation have not changed in the medium- to long-term, said Liu Ligang, managing director and chief China economist at Citigroup.

      China's sustained growth is better than other major economies, overseas institutional investors are still actively allocating RMB assets, and China is still a country with a trade surplus, Liu added.

      RMB is indeed facing appreciation pressure in the short term but will not keep appreciating unilaterally in the medium term. The exchange rate against the US dollar may fluctuate in both directions within a certain range, Qu said.

      China's GDP growth is expected by Citibank to reach 8.8 percent this year, with the second, third and fourth quarters at 8.5 percent, 6 percent and 5 percent, respectively, according to Liu.

      The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on China will be minimal and the greater impact will come from external demand and rising industrial prices in the second half of this year, said Wang Dan, chief economist at Hang Seng Bank China.(By Yang Yang)

      About CHINA MINING

      China Mining Conference and Exhibition (CHINA MINING) is officially supported by Ministry of Natural Resources China. Since first held in 1999, CHINA MINING has become one of the world’s top mining events and one of the world’s largest mining exploration, development and trading platforms, covering all aspects of the whole mining industry chain, including survey and evaluation, exploration and mining, techniques and equipment, investment and finance, trade and services, etc., playing an active promotion role in creating exchange opportunities and enhancing mutual cooperation between domestic and foreign mining enterprises.

      China Mining Conference and Exhibition 2021 will be held in Tianjin China on October 21-23, 2021. We invite you to join the event and to celebrate the 23rd anniversary of CHINA MINING with us. For more information about CHINA MINING, please visit: www.yanglalah.com.

      Measures aimed at ensuring economy operates within reasonable range

      China will strive to maintain a stable monetary policy, ensure that prices remain normal and the economy operates within a reasonable range close to its potential level of output, the central bank governor said on Thursday.

      BEIJING - Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chief of the Chinese side of the China-US comprehensive economic dialogue, held a video conversation with US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Wednesday morning.

      EVENT INFORMATION

      China Mining Conference & Exhibition 2021

      When & Where

      Oct.21st-23rd, 2021 Tianjin China

      Venue

      Tianjin Meijiang Convention Center (18, Youyi South Road, Xiqing Dist, Tianjin, 300221, China)

       

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