A woman works on the production line of a toy company in Wuzhi county in central China’s Henan province, in August 2018. The Chinese government is taking steps to support its private sector, particularly small and medium-sized enterprises. Photo: Xinhua
Christine Loh
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Opinion

The View by Christine Loh

Trade war or not, China’s pivot to the private sector and return to infrastructure spending are worth watching

  • Christine Loh says having seen results from its crackdown on shadow banking, China is taking steps to address the private sector’s need for financing. Meanwhile, more funds are also expected to be allocated to infrastructure

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A woman works on the production line of a toy company in Wuzhi county in central China’s Henan province, in August 2018. The Chinese government is taking steps to support its private sector, particularly small and medium-sized enterprises. Photo: Xinhua
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