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China needs to boost infrastructure investments: AllianceBernstein

By Bloomberg
15 August 2019   |   7:43 am
Ji Mo, chief economist for Greater China at AllianceBernstein, talks about the Chinese economy and policies. Latest figures show China’s economy slowed more than expected in July, worsening growth prospects as trade tensions escalate and additional U.S. tariffs loom.

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