Analysis: China’s version of supply-side reform is focused on curtailing output and increasing central planning of the economy
Xi Jinping's "'supply-side structural reform' is a grab bag of policies, focused on cutting excess capacity, shuttering a limited number of 'zombie' companies, and subsidizing favored and often inefficient industries," said one expert, while another described it as "very interventionist."
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