China economic data retail sales investment in China during the second quarter of 2015 stood at $20.5 billion, down 22.5% from the previous quarter, according to data from China’s Central Economic Commission.
Data from the National Bureau of Statistics shows that GDP growth slowed to 7.0% for 2015 from 7.9% in 2014. Economists predict a further contraction this year, as China’s economy slows to its slowest pace in 17 years. The Central Bank of China is expected to provide a further stimulus package on Thursday.
Qatar imports $1 billion worth of Chinese goods every day.
Chinese companies in the United States accounted for just 1.5% of U.S. exports in Q3 2015, according to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Statistics. However, they were one of the top 20 foreign companies in China. Most of the Chinese companies had operations outside China as well as U.S. investment, including in China, the United States and the Middle East.
Qatar imports $1 billion worth of Chinese goods every day
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China is developing an oil shale boom in Central Asia, which has raised concerns that Beijing is increasingly interested in exporting energy resources.