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China will not adopt a “flooding” stimulus plan to propel economic growth, said Li Pumin, secretary general of the National Development and Reform Commission, at a recent news conference.

Progress on corporate deleveraging is limited, says former minister Li Yizhong. Enterprises need more self-discipline and incentives, not just administrative orders

While there is consensus to keep the real economy thriving – the part that produces actual goods as opposed to financial markets – persuading investors to be patient enough to wait for returns remains a challenging task

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