President Xi Jinping attends last year’s central economic work conference. This year’s event is expected to take place this week. Photo: Xinhua
President Xi Jinping attends last year’s central economic work conference. This year’s event is expected to take place this week. Photo: Xinhua
‘Risk of potential instability’ flagged as Beijing eyes annual economic meeting
  • China’s Politburo highlights the central government’s concerns over weak investment and sluggish demand in the lead-up to its annual central economic work conference
  • If a slowdown in economic growth is worse than expected next year, analysts say authorities may expand monetary and fiscal policies and return to their old playbook of infrastructure spending
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President Xi Jinping attends last year’s central economic work conference. This year’s event is expected to take place this week. Photo: Xinhua
President Xi Jinping attends last year’s central economic work conference. This year’s event is expected to take place this week. Photo: Xinhua
‘Risk of potential instability’ flagged as Beijing eyes annual economic meeting
  • China’s Politburo highlights the central government’s concerns over weak investment and sluggish demand in the lead-up to its annual central economic work conference
  • If a slowdown in economic growth is worse than expected next year, analysts say authorities may expand monetary and fiscal policies and return to their old playbook of infrastructure spending
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