Early indicators suggest that China’s economy was even weaker in August than it was in July, when the rebound from the Shanghai lockdown prematurely fizzled out. And constraints faced by policymakers – some they have little control over, some self-imposed – mean that the economy is likely to remain very weak to the end of the year.
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