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The People's Bank of China will continue to drive actual lending interest rates lower, increase yuan's exchange rate flexibility and optimize supervision of deposit rates, according to a statement posted late Thursday following the Q1 meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee.
The currency should be basically stable at a reasonable and balanced level, a prudent monetary policy should be "flexible and precise" and liquidity will be kept "reasonable and ample," according to the statement.
Authorities will focus on longer-phase policy design and support high-quality economic development, while also increase international policy coordination and watch for external changes, the committee said.