Research Article: 2021 Vol: 20 Issue: 1
Sheikh Abdul Kader, Jagannath University & Sakarya University
Abdul Aziz Abdu Rahman, Kingdom University
Abdelrhman Meero, Kingdom University
K. M. Anwarul Islam, The Millennium University
Nurul Mohammad Zayed, Daffodil International University
K. B. M. Rajibul Hasan, Agrani Bank Limited
As a consequence of the worldwide spread of the coronavirus (also known as COVID19) pandemic, within one or two months the governments of almost all countries decided to implement lockdowns to counter the increasing cases of infected people. At this time the whole world came to a standstill. As a consequence, the global economy was also in turmoil. In the labor market, people losing their jobs and the rate of unemployment are increasing. If we compare it to other countries, active cases of China's scenario are much better than in other countries. Since the outbreak, many domestic and foreign institutions have made estimations that the GDP growth of China will be 4% and the decline rate will be 2%. But according to TE, economic growth was 3.2% in July where the forecast was 2.4%, where the actual rate is greater than the TE forecast.
Keywords: COVID-19, China, Growth, GDP, Global Economy.