'We Talk': American economist believes China will continue to contribute to global economic growth
China's economic recovery accelerated in August as major economic indicators picked up, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). Amid the downward pressure on the global economy and an increasingly complex external environment, the Chinese economy stabilized and rebounded, demonstrating strong resilience and vitality in its sustained recovery. This has sent a positive signal to the world.
Nick Vyas, an economist at the University of Southern California, believes that China as the world's second-largest economy, is a sustained contributor to the global GDP growth. Presently, China is in the midst of a digital transformation, actively promoting the development of new energy and other green economies, and identifying new economic growth points. Vyas firmly believes that under this trajectory, China will remain a significant contributor to global economic growth in the foreseeable future.