Editorial: Commitment is Key to Boosting Real Economy
Top policymakers at the 2017 plenary session of China’s legislature have vowed to boost the “real economy.” China’s cash has been disappearing down credit black holes in recent years. Premier Li Keqiang stressed efforts to tackle these issues seven times during his 100-minute speech to the National People’s Congress last week is a sign that the central government is serious about plugging loopholes that draw investment dollars away from productive development.
The Editor-in-Chief of Caixin Media.
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