China Government May `Fine-Tune' Monetary, Real Estate Policies, News Says

China’s State Council may “dynamically fine-tune” the nation’s monetary and real estate policies, the Shanghai Securities News reported today, citing Li Wei, deputy director of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission.

The council met in the face of natural disasters, inflation expectations, unemployment pressures, property price increases, and the trade deficit, Li said, according to the report.

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