BEIJING–Fresh doubts emerged over the reliability of Chinese statistics on Wednesday after officials said the economy grew 6.7%—for the third consecutive quarter.
It was the first time since Beijing started releasing quarterly figures in 1992 that it had achieved such a feat of consistency.
Economists say it is rare for a fast-growing economy to clock the same growth quarter after quarter. In China, it happens because Beijing…

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