China 'needs tougher policies'

Wang, Judith; Sun, Ann
February 2015
ICIS Chemical Business;2/9/2015, Issue 3222, p13
Trade Publication
The article reports on the need for the Chinese government to implement more aggressive policies to stimulate economy after growth sagged in January 2015. Topics include the decline of the country's official purchasing managers' index (PMI) into a contractionary mode, the PMI as a barometer of an economy's manufacturing activities, and the need for more aggressive monetary and fiscal easing measures to prevent another slowdown in growth.


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