The IMF says that China’s recurrent coronavirus outbreaks and lockdown measures have contributed to lagging consumption. Photo: Xinhua
The IMF says that China’s recurrent coronavirus outbreaks and lockdown measures have contributed to lagging consumption. Photo: Xinhua

China needs ‘key reforms’ to support transition to high-quality growth, IMF says

  • Property deleveraging and Beijing’s regulatory tightening on Big Tech have increased policy uncertainties, and the IMF says financial risks should be clearly addressed
  • It also echoed growing concerns from domestic analysts and foreign investors about China’s quarterly declines in GDP growth

The IMF says that China’s recurrent coronavirus outbreaks and lockdown measures have contributed to lagging consumption. Photo: Xinhua
The IMF says that China’s recurrent coronavirus outbreaks and lockdown measures have contributed to lagging consumption. Photo: Xinhua
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