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China Starts Talking Stimulus Exit Again as Economy Recovers

  • Central bank’s vice governor says exit is ‘matter of time’
  • Financial stability report flags rising risk of defaults
Daily Life in Beijing As China’s Economy Suffers Historic Slump Due to Virus Shutdown
Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg
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China’s central bank once again raised the topic of exiting its monetary easing policies, in sharp contrast to the U.S. and Europe, where a resurgence in virus cases has forced governments there to consider more stimulus.