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CCP Says It Stands on “the Right Side of History” with Economic Opening, Ambitions to Create Open World Economy

The senior-most authority of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has committed to further opening of the economy in the second half of...

Chinese Politburo Says Property Market Will Not Be Used for Short-term Economic Stimulus

A meeting of the senior-most body of the Chinese Communist Party has said that Beijing will refrain from the use of the...

Chinese Politburo Signals Further Weakening of Deleveraging Campaign: Huatai Macro

Huatai Macro (华泰宏观) says that the October meeting of China's top political authority signals further weakening of Beijing's deleveraging campaign as stabilisation of the...

State Media Outlines Six Key Signals of Chinese Politburo’s Latest Economic Work Meeting

State-owned media has highlighted a slew of key policy signals sent by the latest economic meeting of the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) Politburo. The CCP...

Chinese Politburo Outlines Key Economic Policy Themes

The Chinese politburo has set out the key themes for China's economic policy settings moving ahead. The politburo convened a meeting on 23 April to...

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