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China’s Stimulus Debate Is Still Alive After Grim Trade Data

  • Contracting exports underline damage trade war doing
  • Economists say more stimulus needed to shore up growth
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Eva Yi, senior economist at CICC, talks about China’s economy, policies, and the trade war with the U.S.(Source: Bloomberg)
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The contraction in China’s trade in August underscored what economists were already saying about the government’s stimulus efforts: they’re not yet enough to put a floor under the slowing economy.