Washington, August 20 (Xinhua) Andy Rothman, an investment strategy analyst with Mingji Asia, said recently that as China’s economy is increasingly driven by domestic consumption, the tightening of Sino US relations is unlikely to affect the “V-shaped” recovery of China’s economy. The article points out that since March this year, Chinese people have gradually returned to normal life. As of July, China’s economy has recovered strongly for five consecutive months. Rothman believes that China’s economy is increasingly driven by domestic demand, especially the rebound in consumer spending in recent months is crucial. In contrast, “China is likely to remain the best consumer market in the world.”. The article points out that the recovery in areas such as automobiles and real estate reflects that Chinese consumers have sufficient capital and confidence. However, it may take a longer time for consumption scenarios such as catering to gather customers to fully recover. According to Rothman, domestic demand has become more and more important in driving China’s economy in recent years, and Sino US relations have become tense recently, but this has little impact on China’s economic prospects or investment environment.