The Labour Day holiday was a key test of China’s consumer recovery. It passed with flying colours – domestic travel and tourism returned to normal, while retail sales look to have returned to the pre-pandemic trend. This strengthens our view that growth will exceed expectations this year. But it also means that the scope for further rapid gains is limited.
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