China's faster recovery was based on the release of pent-up demand and a quicker-than-expected resumption of production and exports, the World Bank said.
China's gross domestic product (GDP) in 2019 was revised to 98.65 trillion yuan (about 15.1 trillion U.S. dollars), official data showed Wednesday.
According to a 2015 guideline issued by the State Council, central authorities will offer soft loans to infrastructure projects in such pilot zones located in border regions.
To date, 540 Tibetan aid projects have been implemented in the region, thanks to the financial support. Funds allocated to help Tibet increased 51.3 percent year-on-year.
After the epidemic was gradually brought under control, the Chinese government rolled out more than 90 policies to spur work and production resumption and stabilize industrial and supply chains.