China tackles ‘corruption in numbers’ to ensure economic, social stability in 2022

China has pledged to improve the quality of its economic data to better assist Beijing policymaking at a time when positive official figures in some cases contrast sharply with the reality faced by small businesses and individuals suffering under various coronavirus pressures.New statistical supervision guidelines were approved by the Central Commission for Comprehensively Deepening Reforms at the end August, although the rules that lay out an intention to narrow the gap between government…

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