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Asia | 15 April 2019 And Breathe Chinese Monetary Conditions are Loosening
In the last two months, we have suggested that monetary conditions have turned the corner, but have cautioned that Lunar New Year distortions make the March data critically important.

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15 April 2019 And Breathe Chinese Monetary Conditions are Loosening

By Freya Beamish

In the last two months, we have suggested that monetary conditions have turned the corner, but have cautioned that Lunar New Year distortions make the March data critically important.

Posted: 15th Apr 2019 in 'Asia'

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