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Studio interview: Which reforms likely to be most effective for China

03-14-2014 08:56 BJT Special Report:2014 NPC & CPPCC Sessions |

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Premier Li said at Thursday’s press conference that China will continue to deepen reforms, but he also mentioned that China should focus on some key areas first.

Now let's get to our guest panel, Zhao Zhongxiu, VP, UIBE, Einar Tangen, current affairs commentator.

Q1) With such a full plate -- what are the reforms that are likely to be most effective? The low-hanging fruit?

Q2) Jan. and February numbers are below forecasts--there’s talk about China launching some stimulus measures -- how does that fit into the reform picture?

Q3) PM Li sounded reassuring on debt levels and even some defaults -- could this mean there won’t be tough measures on shadow banking and local gov't debt?

Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CCTV.com

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