PBoC holds video conference on implementation of economic support measures

The government, and the PBoC, are under pressure to show they are taking action to support an economy that likely contracted in the second quarter of 2022, mainly as a result of the zero-COVID policy. The PBoC needs to get the message out to banks that monetary policy decisions and measures set by the State Council must be implemented, although the most recent ones are mainly an expansion, extension, and doubling-down on actions that are already being taken…

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