In the media | 21 Jun 2023

CNBC: China will go back to increasing support for infrastructure spending, economist says

Night view of Shanghai city

Louise Loo, China Economist at Oxford Economics, speaks with CNBC to discuss the Chinese economy, government and policies.

Watch the full interview below:

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