PBOC Broadens Stimulus, Frees Up $81 Bil In Cash

February 2015
Investors Business Daily;2/5/2015, pB10
The article reports on the expansion of the stimulus efforts of the People's Bank of China (PBOC) aimed at boosting the country's economic development. On February 4, 2015, PBOC broadened the stimulus package by freeing about $81 billion that is offered for lending. Moreover, the economic performance of China in 2014 is also stated.


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