Pedestrians use smartphones outside an Emporio Armani store in Beijing. Soft trade data is a better indicator of China’s economic health than GDP numbers. Photo: Bloomberg
Hao Zhou
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The View by Hao Zhou

The 2 trillion yuan question: will China’s stimulus measures be enough to boost the economy?

  • Beijing is taking extensive measures to stabilise the economy, through the central bank, local governments and an enormous tax-cut package. Already, some indicators seem to be responding to stimulus, which bodes well for global trade

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Pedestrians use smartphones outside an Emporio Armani store in Beijing. Soft trade data is a better indicator of China’s economic health than GDP numbers. Photo: Bloomberg
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