MacroBrew - How Fast Has China's Reopening Been So Far?

Our Chief China Economist from the Asia economics team discusses whether China’s reopening is running full steam ahead.

  • We discuss whether China’s government fiscal plans have eased fiscal policy to boost the reopening
  • China's reopening inflation picture will be different to that in Europe and the US
  • We also discuss whether the PBOC will flip from easing policy to hiking down the line

In this podcast, we talk with Ting Lu, our Chief China Economist from the Asia economics team to ask him if China’s reopening is running full steam ahead. We discuss how much of a growth and inflation bounce back we can expect from China’s reopening, the impact of government policy, the potential for a credit growth rebound, and what this means for the PBOC.


    Ting Lu

    Ting Lu

    Chief China Economist


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