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China will not resort to quantitative easing, central bank chief Yi Gang says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The head of China’s central bank said in a signed article published on Sunday that Beijing should maintain a “normal” monetary policy as long as possible as economic growth is still within a reasonable range and inflation is mild overall.The country will not resort to quantitative easing even as the monetary policies of the world’s major economies are approaching zero interest rates, People’s Bank of China governor Yi Gang wrote in an article in the Communist Party’s theoretical journal Qiushi…

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The head of China’s central bank said in a signed article published on Sunday that Beijing should maintain a “normal” monetary policy as long as possible as economic growth is still within a reasonable range and inflation is mild overall.The country will not resort to quantitative easing even as the monetary policies of the world’s major economies are approaching zero interest rates, People’s Bank of China governor Yi Gang wrote in an article in the Communist Party’s theoretical journal Qiushi…
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