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China Business Intelligence No. 225

China Business Intelligence No. 225

Samsung Economic Research Institute Beijing Office

June 14, 2013

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China's first quarter GDP growth rate failed to meet market expectations as a result of the fall in the growth rates of consumption and investment. The growth in industrial production has also contributed to the fall. Accordingly, troubled by vital monetary easing measures, the Chinese government will most likely continue its moderate monetary policies into the second half. Due to the monetary easing in the US and Japan, yield differentials will form both internally and externally, and China's central bank will have to consider easing policies to prevent interest arbitrage.

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