China’s 2020 Macroeconomy – GDP, Local Government Debt & China-US Relationship – 14 February 2020

  • Multi Asset
  • Multi Sector
  • North America


Senior executive at East Hope Group Co Ltd


  • China’s GDP growth slowdown and tax reduction’s impacts on central government’s fiscal expenditure, plus impacts on China’s 2020 macroeconomy brought by requirement reserve ratio cut of People’s Bank of China and pork price inflation
  • Status quo of China’s local government debt, plus impacts of US dollar devaluation together with inflation and deflation of consumer goods in China
  • The 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak – impacts on China’s 2020 macroeconomy and various market segments


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