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Asia | 28 February 2019 China is Relying on Tax Cuts and Local Government for Stimulus
China's government overshot its deficit target last year, and probably will overshoot it by at least as much this year

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28 February 2019 China is Relying on Tax Cuts and Local Government for Stimulus

By Freya Beamish

China's government overshot its deficit target last year, and probably will overshoot it by at least as much this year

Posted: 28th Feb 2019 in 'Asia'

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