In the media | 15 Aug 2023

CNBC: Markets see any policy delay from China as policy inaction, economist says

Louise Loo, Lead Economist at Oxford Economics, discusses China’s economic data and says “the best way to tackle a confidence crisis is to be very quick on your stimulus”.

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