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27 July 2017 China's Reform Scorecard Part 2: Tax Revenues

By Freya Beamish

In yesterday's Monitor, we outlined how the government's plans to allow more migrants to register in cities could help counterbalance the effects of aging and put a floor under medium-term property prices.

Posted: 26th Jul 2017 in 'Asia Documents'

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