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IMF urges China to boost COVID vaccinations, restore property sector confidence

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IMF urges China to boost COVID-19 vaccination rates and give more robust support to its troubled property sector. IMF maintains GDP growth forecasts issued in October, envision growth of 3.2% in 2022 and 4.4% in 2023. IMF renews call for more market-based reforms in China, including ensuring "competitive neutrality"
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IMF urges China to boost COVID vaccinations, restore property sector confidence

The International Monetary Fund urged China on Wednesday to boost COVID-19 vaccination rates and give more robust support to its troubled property sector to restore confidence and reduce risks from a global economic slowdown and high energy prices.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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IMF urges China to boost COVID-19 vaccinations, restore property sector confidence

The International Monetary Fund urged China on Wednesday to boost COVID-19 vaccination rates and give more robust support to its troubled property sector to restore confidence and reduce risks from a global economic slowdown and high energy prices.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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IMF Urges China To Boost COVID Vaccinations, Restore Property Sector Confidence

The International Monetary Fund urged China on Wednesday to boost COVID-19 vaccination rates and give more robust support to its troubled property sector to restore confidence and reduce risks from a

2 months ago·United States
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IMF urges China to boost COVID-19 vaccinations, restore property sector confidence

'Going forward, a further recalibration of the COVID strategy should be well prepared,' says IMF First Deputy Managing Director Gita Gopinath

2 months ago·Philippines
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IMF urges China to boost Covid vaccinations, restore property sector confidence

The IMF says economic risks for China were tilted to the downside, due to headwinds from a global slowdown, higher energy prices and tighter global financial conditions.

2 months ago
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