As BRICS founder China continues its mission to ditch the US Dollar with de-dollarization initiatives, the nation expects major economic growth in 2024. China wants to stabilize foreign trade, develop investments, enhance its real economy, and increase consumption to do this, they will begin several significant reforms and initiatives. According to Li Hui, an official with the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), favorable conditions throughout the rest of 2024 can contribute to these initiatives.

China is one of multiple major nations in the world looking to enter a world with the US Dollar much less powerful. It has carried out extensive plans to increase its influence in global trade, particularly with its native Yuan. Furthermore, the nation is one of the leading Gold investors in 2024, hoping to become the top holder of the precious metal in reserve. The upcoming BRICS currency is expected to be backed by gold, thus China is putting itself in a good position moving forward.

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China Expects Economic Growth By The End Of This Year

By the end of 2024, China wants to have grown its economy by roughly 5 percent. This mission on the other hand as de-dollarization is certainly possible but may take some time as the USD hopes to recover. Currently, China is in the top three economies in the world but wants to take that number one spot at the expense of the greenback. Furthermore, experts from Goldman Sachs believe that China will successfully grow its economy by 5%, with GDP growth estimates for the country rising in 2024.

China is also promoting extensive equipment improvements and a consumer goods trade-in scheme. Its government is working hard at upgrading consumer products exchanges and equipment and hopes self-sufficiency within technology will rise.

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China joined Russia in restricting the use of the US dollar as their primary currency for trading. The two BRICS nations are both exploring multipolar currency initiatives, which include deploying the Ruble and Yuan as currencies for primary trade and economic interaction between the two nations instead of the US Dollar. 


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