Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has compared the country’s tax and fee reductions, designed to stimulate the economy, to “turning the blade inward”. Photo: AP
Neal Kimberley
Opinion

Opinion

Neal Kimberley

Why the yuan will rise, even though China faces a ‘tough economic battle’ in 2019

  • Expect China’s fiscal loosening and foreign investment reform to lift the yuan, especially as the effects of US stimulus from last year continue to wear off and a trade war settlement looms

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has compared the country’s tax and fee reductions, designed to stimulate the economy, to “turning the blade inward”. Photo: AP
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