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Asia | 12 March 2019 The Data are Choppy, but Chinese Monetary Conditions are Loosening
Monetary policy loosening over the last year implies that China's M1 growth already should be picking up.

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12 March 2019 The Data are Choppy, but Chinese Monetary Conditions are Loosening

By Freya Beamish

Monetary policy loosening over the last year implies that China's M1 growth already should be picking up.

Posted: 12th Mar 2019 in 'Asia'

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