China Abandons GDP Target For 2020 As Virus Reality Sets In

China Abandons GDP Target For 2020 As Virus Reality Sets In

Headed into the National People’s Congress, one of the big questions was whether the market would get a GDP target for 2020 considering the damage the world's second largest economy suffered at the hands of the coronavirus during the first quarter. Now, we have an answer. China has not set a growth target for this year. Premier Li Keqiang cites the pandemic and associated uncertainty in explaining the decision. This isn't entirely surprising. Indeed, many analysts have long called for the
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  1. The world has been lead by English language media to focus on anti-China narratives using covid as the conduit, while simulataneously failing to openly and firmly condemn veiled racist remarks by POTUS and his bunch of cronies, not to mention how he seems to keep firing officials that disagree with him ( democratically elected authoritarian ? )

    Coupled with the omission of Fort Detrick virus label and the unknown respiratory outbreaks in Federick county as far back as Jun 2019…..

    Looks and sounds like a well orchestrated false flag with veiled anti-Chinese propaganda

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