We are not going to use ‘strong stimulus’ – China’s Premier Li Keqiang

FXStreet (Mumbai) - China’s policy makers wouldn’t seek strong stimulus or flood the economy with too much investment to boost demand, Beijing News cited Premier Li Keqiang on Sunday, while the official Xinhua News Agency republished the `on Monday.

Li noted, "We are not going to use ‘strong stimulus’ or ‘flood irrigation’ investment to expand domestic demand."

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