Michal Meidan

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On 5 March, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang presented the government’s work reports for 2017 at the annual meeting of China’s National People’s Congress (NPC), the country’s rubber stamp legislature. This year, the government’s message was crystal clear: Economic growth is set to slow, the credit binge is well and truly over, and ‘blue skies’ will be restored. Or was it?

Leeway on economic growth

At first glance, the report is all about slower economic growth and tighter fiscal policies. But on closer scrutiny, it also leaves enough room for the government to step in and support growth, should the economy falter.…  Seguir leyendo »