In the media | 20 Mar 2024

CNBC: Economist explains Chinese central bank’s caution over monetary policy

Louise Loo, China Lead Economist at Oxford Economics, joins CNBC to discuss the cautious approach of the Chinese central bank towards monetary policy.

Watch the full interview below:

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