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China Daily (Hong Kong) - - FRONT PAGE -

Stronger-than-ex­pected data in Novem­ber, mainly in­dus­trial pro­duc­tion growth, sug­gest that the eco­nomic growth mo­men­tum re­mained sta­ble. We main­tain our fore­cast of GDP growth at 6.6 per­cent in the fourth quar­ter. Zhao Yang, chief China econ­o­mist at No mu ra Se­cu­ri­ties Con­cerns for the na­tion’s neart­erm eco­nomic out­look are lim­ited. We ex­pect a soft land­ing in eco­nomic growth, and the im­pact from cool­ing mea­sures in the prop­erty sec­tor will be bal­anced by fis­cal stim­u­lus mea­sures.

Robin Xing, chief China econ­o­mist at Mor­gan Stan­ley China needs to ac­cel­er­ate fi­nan­cial re­forms and use in­no­va­tion to ex­tend sub­stan­tial fi­nan­cial sup­port to the real econ­omy.

Zong Liang, deputy di­rec­tor of the In­sti­tute of In­ter­na­tional Finance at Bank of China A long-term mech­a­nism for the healthy devel­op­ment of China’s real es­tate mar­ket that looks at sup­ply, de­mand, finance and taxes is es­sen­tial. James Macdon­ald, headof S av ills China Re­search

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