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China's economy will stabilise in 2017 but challenges weigh on outlook

Structural problems such as overcapacity and ballooning debt still have to be addressed
Thursday, December 15, 2016 - 05:50

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"China remains on course for a soft landing, as the government successfully manages a bifurcated economy in which the industrial trade sector continues to decelerate while domestic services expand steadily," said Credit Suisse analysts in a note to clients.

Beijing

CHINA'S economic activity will continue to stabilise in 2017 but lack of structural reforms and mounting debt will weigh looking forward.

Analysts say the stimulus measures implemented over the past 18 months will continue to prop up growth into 2017, but will gradually

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