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Jan 29, 2019 07:09 PM
FINANCE

How to Cure China’s Liquidity Headache

The London headquarters of Standard Chartered in November 2015. Photo: VCG
The London headquarters of Standard Chartered in November 2015. Photo: VCG

A key challenge for China’s policymakers this year will be finding ways to release liquidity into the real economy to support growth, but measures shouldn’t involve direct purchases of stocks and bonds by the central bank, a form of quantitative easing (QE) that’s been hotly debated recently.

That’s according to Eric Robertsen, the head of global macro strategy and foreign-exchange research at London-based Standard Chartered Bank, who spoke in an interview with Caixin in Shanghai on Friday.

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