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MNI BRIEF: China To Boost Support Policies To Ensure Growth

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China will strengthen and accelerate supportive policies to help companies affected by the Covid restrictions, guarantee energy and grain supply and stabilize industrial and supply chains to keep the economy performing within “an appropriate range”, the National Bureau of Statistics spokesman Fu Linghui said in a briefing on Monday.

Recent outbreaks and complex global situations hurt employment, industrial output, and consumption while stoking inflation, imposing “significant challenges” to the economy, Fu noted.

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China will strengthen and accelerate supportive policies to help companies affected by the Covid restrictions, guarantee energy and grain supply and stabilize industrial and supply chains to keep the economy performing within “an appropriate range”, the National Bureau of Statistics spokesman Fu Linghui said in a briefing on Monday.

Recent outbreaks and complex global situations hurt employment, industrial output, and consumption while stoking inflation, imposing “significant challenges” to the economy, Fu noted.

Keep reading...Show less