China’s government won’t provide big economic stimulus and a strong rebound in growth is unlikely according to an adviser to the People’s Bank of China

China’s government won’t provide big economic stimulus and a strong rebound in growth is unlikely according to an adviser to the People’s Bank of China

Says:

– China CPI is likely to fall to 1% 1n Q2 2013.

– Can’t rule out CPI falling below zero in Q2 2013.

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21:36 –
Asian News

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