Zhou made the remarks in response to a reporter's queries after addressing the first summit of the World Industries and Commercial Organization, but declined to give any specific details in this respect, Beijing-based China Business Times reported Monday.
Zhou said earlier this month that whether the central bank initiated its first interest rate increase in nine y
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