China’s second-quarter growth figures have been revised up by a whopping 3.5%, to a staggering 7.3% from 6.8%.
The central bank’s latest report showed the economy grew by 3.1% in the second quarter, while the previous estimate had put the economy at 6.3%.
The growth rate of China’s gross domestic product rose 0.6% in real terms in the third quarter, the data showed.
The growth rate in GDP in the previous quarter was 1.4%, and that in the latest quarter was revised up to 2.1%.
China’s economy grew at an annualised rate of 6.6%.
In the last quarter of 2017, the economy was on track to grow 7.7% in 2018.
The growth in GDP per capita in China has risen by 1.6%, from a year earlier.
China’s GDP per person in 2018 is now about one-third of the global average.