How will China ease policy in response to the power cuts and Evergrande?


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2021 was not supposed to be like this. The narrative for 2021 was that the Chinese economy would pick up strongly after the Covid-19 pandemic and be a leading indicator for the rest of the world.  But the reality as we have been observing for a while now is a Chinese economy which is stuttering. Some of the factors are related to Covid but others have appeared to. We can start today’s journey with something that was claimed to be a big bang a couple of weeks or so ago and was instead more of a damp squib. But as Taylor Swift would sat there is “Trouble,Trouble,Trouble”

Shares of China Evergrande Group, the world’s most indebted property developer, and its property management arm were suspended on Monday in Hong Kong ahead of a potential sale of a controlling stake in the property management business, signalling a move to dispose of…

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