China’s precaution against an economic slowdown

Author: Regina Chi

April 23, 2018

Despite recent trade rhetoric tilted towards de-escalation, the Chinese government has made several moves domestically to mitigate a potential economic slowdown should volatility re-emerge. Regina Chi discusses these policy changes and what action China may take next.

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