The China’s economy has experienced a 6.9% growth from April and June according to an official report released by the government.

The rate of growth, which analyze growth within the same months, were similar to the first quarter of 2017.
Beijing is attempting to rein in debt and a housing bubble with a hard decision on the lenders and property sector.

A lot of analysts anticipate China’s economy to delay as those rules begin. But the most recent data is well higher than Beijing’s 6.5% increase goal for 2017.

Regardless of an attempt to gradually decrease the housing market, property investment widens by 8.5% in the first half, which is up from similar stage in 2016.
Few analysts express an outcome in advances that rigid lending regulations might not have the cooling impact, which lots of people anticipated.

New Property Prices – Iris Pang

Iris Pang, Greater China Economist with ING said “Property prices will have an effect in the second half, although the effect may not be as huge as we expect. Although, it’s only in prime cities. The third and fourth-tier cities may play catch up for a while and that will eventually outweigh few of the slowdown in first tier ones”.

China’s economy raises at its deficient speed in 26 years amid 2016, however different data released on Monday joined to the picture of rebounding increase for the Chinese economy.

Industrial profit for June rise by 7.6%, well higher than the forecast 6.5%. Retail spending rises 11% previous month related with June 2016.
And a rise in either exports and imports also came in higher expectations.