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BEIJING-China"s electricity consumption, a key barometer of economic activity, has been rising in recent periods, indicating the continuous recovery of production and economic operations. The country's total power usage increased 2.9 percent year-on-year in the January-June period to 4.1 trillion kilowatt-hours, according to the National Energy Administration. In June alone, power consumption stood at 745.1 billion kWh, an increase of 4.7 percent from a year ago. The growth rate was 6 percentage points higher than that in May when the country was hit by sporadic resurgences of COVID-19. The recovery in the growth rate of electricity consumption in June reflected

The "My CIIE Story" activity, launched by the China International Import Expo Bureau and the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) on June 1, has been warmly received by exhibitors, purchasers and partners. Heraeus, a German technology group that focuses on sectors including semiconductor, environmental protection and industrial application, is among those avid participants. The Fortune Global 500 company will attend this year"s CIIE for the fifth consecutive time. Chen Libin, director of communications and manager of CIIE-related affairs at Heraeus China, has encouraged his colleagues and other exhibitors to take part in the "My CIIE Story" activity. Chen set

China is likely to see an economic rebound in the coming months on stronger policy easing and better containment of the COVID-19 pandemic, said economists and analysts. Experts said they expect to see stronger fiscal policy easing, notably in infrastructure spending, to prop up growth, as well as targeted monetary policy easing to support small and medium-sized enterprises and public works. They made the remarks as China"s economic activity has softened since March amid multiple hits from resurgent domestic COVID-19 cases and changes in the external environment. While downward pressure hampered production and dampened demand, services and manufacturing sector activity