"The private sector in China is not really picking up steam," said Frederic Neumann, Co-Head:Asian Economics, HSBC, in a chat with Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis and Angie Lau about the key drivers of China's economy. This is a Bloomberg podcast. To ... Bloomberg, 1 month ago
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Frederic Neumann, co-head of Asian economic research at HSBC, said in a note that he did not see any need for immediate monetary easing in the Philippines, citing the country's excess liquidity. Noting that [m]arkets didn't take the Brexit vote too ...Business World, 2 months ago Should Investors Be Worried About China's Economy? Bloomberg, 1 week ago Growth in Asia: The Policies and Possibilities Bloomberg, 1 month ago China's economy stabilizes with Q2 steady growth Business Mirror, 1 month ago
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