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2nd Mar 2023 16:24China+, Daily Monitor

  • China’s surprisingly strong February PMI data obviate the need for a big policy stimulus...
  • ...But Premier Li Qiang is still likely to announce modest incremental support on Sunday.
  • Institutional reform likely will aim to ensure new credit reaches the real economy.

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