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Coronavirus: China’s financial stability body led by Liu He steps up meetings amid heightened financial risks

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s top financial committee headed by Vice-Premier Liu He has held a series of intensive meetings behind closed doors in the past three months as the coronavirus pandemic has roiled global markets and brought the world’s second biggest economy into uncharted waters.The Financial Stability and Development Commission, which Liu leads as top economic adviser to President Xi Jinping, held its 25th and most recent meeting on Tuesday, an official statement said this week. The committee last…

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China’s top financial committee headed by Vice-Premier Liu He has held a series of intensive meetings behind closed doors in the past three months as the coronavirus pandemic has roiled global markets and brought the world’s second biggest economy into uncharted waters.The Financial Stability and Development Commission, which Liu leads as top economic adviser to President Xi Jinping, held its 25th and most recent meeting on Tuesday, an official statement said this week. The committee last…

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