China's Stock-Rescue Tab Surges to $236 Billion, Goldman SaysBy
Total spending is equivalent to 9.2 percent of free float
Investor concern about state paring buying is overdone
China’s government has spent 1.5 trillion yuan ($236 billion) trying to shore up its stock market since a rout began three months ago, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
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