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Will China's 'Two Sessions' Political Gathering Provide Signs For Market Direction?

Carlos Casanova, Senior Economist, UBP

01-Mar-23 07:00

Will China's 'Two Sessions' Political Gathering Provide Signs For Market Direction?

China’s most important political gathering, the “Two Sessions”kicks off this weekend. What new economic policies can we expect, and how will it align with the central themes set out in their 14th Five Year Plan? Investors will certainly be keeping their eyes open for insights which could provide clues on the market direction. For insights, we speak to Carlos Casanova, Senior Economist, UBP.

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