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CASS: China may boost monetary stimulus in 2015


12-25-2014 16:27 BJT

A new report says China is likely to strengthen stimulus measures in its monetary policy controls next year.

The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences says in its report that China's central bank shouldn't conduct too much direct intervention in regional liquidity risks.

The report predicts two rate cuts if CPI growth stays around one percent to lower businesses' financing costs. It also forecasts lower RRR requirements if the international payment surplus declines in order to alleviate financial institutions' liquidity pressure.

The report says the M2 growth target will be enhanced to about 14 percent in 2015 and new loans will reach about 11 trillion yuan.

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