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China's population dips 1st time since 1960s, India likely to overtake soon

The latest official data showed that China's population stood at around 1,411,750,000 (1.4 billion) at the end of 2022, which is a drop of 850,000 from the end of the previous year.

In 2022, China's birth rate was 6.77 births per 1,000 people, down from a rate of 7.52 births in the previous year and as a result, marked the lowest birth rate on record, the NBS said. (REUTERS/Tingshu Wang)
Updated on Jan 17, 2023 10:47 AM IST
By, New Delhi

China economy grows 3% in 2022, one of weakest in 40 years: Official data

Beijing had set itself a target of 5.5 per cent, a rate already much lower than the performance of 2021, when the country's GDP increased more than eight percent.

In the fourth quarter, China's economy grew 2.9 per cent year-on-year, compared with 3.9 per cent in the third quarter, the National Bureau of Statistics said. (Photo by WANG Zhao/AFP)
Published on Jan 17, 2023 08:52 AM IST

6.5% growth with sub-5% inflation key to $5 trillion economy: Govt paper

The paper has outlined 16 key factors that will drive the economy towards the goal of surpassing the economic growth of Germany and the UK.

The paper circulated in November quoted forecasts by the International Monetary Fund that India will become a $5 trillion economy in 2027-28. (ANI)
Updated on Jan 02, 2023 04:48 AM IST
By, New Delhi

Pakistan’s central bank lowers GDP growth forecast to below 3-4 per cent

The State Bank of Pakistan’s (SBP) flagship economic health report released on Wednesday said economic growth was stronger than expected in the 2021-22 fiscal year as the real GDP increased by 6 per cent compared to 5.7 per cent a year ago.

A man holds Pakistani currency bundles.(AP)
Published on Dec 22, 2022 11:29 AM IST
PTI | | Posted by Singh Rahul Sunilkumar

Sri Lanka inflation down for second month in November at 61%

Falling global commodity prices, assistance from friendly countries and repurposed funds from multilateral lenders have helped Sri Lanka stay afloat and ease paralyzing shortages.

The government is working to secure International Monetary Fund board consent for a $2.9 billion bailout program.(Representational image/ Bloomberg)
Published on Nov 30, 2022 03:52 PM IST
Bloomberg | | Posted by Yagya Sharma
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