Analysts Debate Li's Remarks on Economy's 'Floor' and 'Ceiling'
(Beijing) – Analysts are divided about what Premier Li Keqiang meant when he recently said that policies must keep growth and employment figures above a floor level and inflation under a ceiling.
HSBC said this was the central government signaling it may soon fine tune policies to shore up the economy, which has been under stress as exports shrink.
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