A man walks past a building with an advertisement for Baoshang Bank, in Beijing in September 2018. Management of the bank was taken over by China’s central bank in March to contain its credit risk, authorities said. Photo: Reuters
David Brown
Opinion

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Macroscope by David Brown

China can still achieve its 6-6.5 per cent growth target – if it acts quickly to resolve the trade war

  • Beijing needs more overall policy loosening and stimulus measures to meet its goal, and Trump’s overzealous implementation of tariffs is China’s chance to prove itself to be a responsible economic power

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A man walks past a building with an advertisement for Baoshang Bank, in Beijing in September 2018. Management of the bank was taken over by China’s central bank in March to contain its credit risk, authorities said. Photo: Reuters
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