Stimulus measures appear to have stabilized China’s economy over the past few months, but the government now faces a resulting housing bubble that it needs to contain without choking off growth, economists say.
China's economy showed some signs of stabilising in May as the government unveiled more stimulus measures. ||| Beijing - China's economy showed some signs of stabilising in May as the government unveiled more stimulus measures to av...
Economic data due this week will likely show that growth momentum in the world's second largest economy remained sluggish, prompting Beijing to get more stimulus in the pipeline, economists say.
As it is now, China’s financial system is going to continue to create asset price bubbles until investors have better alternatives, and regulators stop trying to jumpstart the economy by loosening financial restrictions.
China’s economy appears to have sputtered along at low levels last month, still struggling to find fresh growth momentum following a jump-start earlier this year thanks government stimulus, according to a survey.