China's Su on fixed assets investment expansion

China's fixed asset investment is still under potential pressure of further expansion despite controls imposed this year, a senior official with China's central bank told the 10th CEO Forum on Saturday 4 November.

Su Ning, deputy governor of the People's Bank of China (PBOC), told the Forum sponsored by Business Week that the pressure of further expansion came from the strong investment incentives of local governments and the reinvestment of company profits.

Measures to tighten controls on the

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