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China promises to cut taxes, increase spending to stimulate economy

China will cut taxes by $300 billion (or about 1.2% of GDP according to JPMorgan) in an effort to increase growth in a slowing economy, deputy central bank governor Zhu Hexin, assistant finance minister Xu Hongcai, and Lian Weiliang, vice chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission announced today. The government also said that […]

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