China should ‘rein in’ vulnerabilities, IMF warns

Beijing
Beijing

China's economic rebalancing is proceeding apace but authorities need to take action on areas of growing vulnerability, the International Monetary Fund said on August 14.

As the country moves away from heavy reliance on investment and credit-fuelled growth, authorities must strike a careful balance between growth and reform, the IMF said in its Article IV consultation with the country. Financial markets represent a major, and growing, source of risk.

"Vulnerabilities have risen to the point that

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