With the release last week of its latest quarterly assessment  of the Chinese economy, the World Bank lowered its projection for China's GDP growth to 6.5 percent in 2009, yet remained optimistic that the country's economy has started to show signs of stabilizing amid global financial turmoil. The Bank's China country director David Dollar explained on his blog  the statistics behind the forecasts in the China Quarterly Update and explored the signs of China's recovery.
Do you have your own questions about the report? Are you wondering what else might be in store for China? David Dollar and Senior Economist Louis Kuijs , will answer questions Thursday in a live online chat . You can join them on March 26 at 9:30 a.m. in Washington, DC, which is 9:30pm in Beijing, China, or submit your questions in advance for a better chance to have them answered. Check it out here .