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[Wu Mao Dialect]”Why are pessimists wrong about China’s economy?” – China Digital Times

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[Wu Mao Dialect]”Why are pessimists wrong about China’s economy?” – China Digital Times

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title:[Wu Mao Talk]”Why are pessimists wrong about China‘s economy?”
author:China‘s digital age
Date of publication:2022.5.24
Subject classification:Wu Mao Dialect
CDS Collection:Hall of Truth
Copyright statement:The copyright of this work belongs to the original author. The China Digital Age archives only the originals to combat China‘s online censorship. Detailed copyright notice.

On May 23, the official English Twitter account of Xinhua News Agency (@XHNews) posted a commentary titled “Why pessimists are wrong about Chinese economy?” Recently, some Western media have promoted the stagnation of China‘s economy, and the closure and control policies of Shanghai and other places have exacerbated the global supply chain crisis. , “still an ideal investment destination”.

The comment also responded to the pessimistic views of the current Chinese economy in several paragraphs, such as citing a set of new economic data released by the official – “The actual use of foreign capital in the first four months exceeded 470 billion yuan. my country’s growth in foreign investment absorption. Fast, high gold content”, and emphasized that China is the only major economy in the world to achieve growth in a year (2020) when the new crown epidemic raged. As for the overall evaluation of China‘s economy, the article quoted a large number of foreign media and experts, expressing a similar view that “short-term economic setbacks will not affect long-term business growth”.

Twenty-four hours after the tweet was sent, it received more than 300 retweets and six comments, including a critical response from foreign netizens.

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Some Twitter users found that when using the Chinese title of this commentary article “Why are pessimists wrong about China‘s economy?” ” on twitterdo a searchit will show that a large number of suspicious accounts are forwarding messages, the content of the comments is almost the same, and some accounts have obvious characteristics of “five cents robot” accounts:

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For example, a number of accounts retweeted the news using a similar text template – “Video: Why are pessimists wrong about China‘s economy?”


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forwarding messagesome accountsShowing the characteristics of “no avatar” + “0 followers”:

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butsome accountsHowever, from the perspective of fans and daily sharing, it is “like a real person”, but when reposting official news, the comment method has become standard and uniform.

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There are very few accounts that add “personal comments” while forwarding news from Xinhua News Agency. It seems that the purpose of these forwarding is only to complete some distribution tasks.

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Here is an archive of videos recorded for this Twitter search result:

Interestingly, a retweet may have accidentally revealed a fact: the text came from a list with a unified content, and the previous message was “Video: Interview with Zhu Guangyao, Former Deputy Minister of Finance – The Impact of the Shanghai Epidemic on China‘s Economy”. influences”:

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passTweet search againIt can be found that this tweet was also uniformly forwarded by a large number of unknown accounts.

An obvious fact is: “Why is the pessimist’s view of the Chinese economy wrong?” When it is necessary to persuade the people of the country or the outside world with the help of an important comment, the use of a large number of accounts for unified forwarding will not increase their views. The convincing power and influence of the market may have the exact opposite effect.

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