Don’t expect another stimulus from China

Despite a string of reports speculating about another round of Chinese stimulus spending, Beijing is unlikely to go back to its old tricks.

Bloomberg reported last week that Beijing was accelerating 300 infrastructure projects valued at 7 trillion yuan or $1.4 trillion. The Australian dollar, which has been used as a proxy for the Chinese economy, rose after the report.  

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