Tax cuts announced in the past few months will put more money in the hands of Chinese households and businesses. Photo: AFP
Hannah Anderson
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Hannah Anderson

In China, government policies, rather than GDP numbers, tell us most about markets

  • Hannah Anderson says in trying to balance the need to support the economy with the need to control systemic risks, Beijing is using a mix of monetary and fiscal measures that investors should watch closely to gauge the health of the economy

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Tax cuts announced in the past few months will put more money in the hands of Chinese households and businesses. Photo: AFP
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