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Ex-head of PBOC urges China to deepen reforms, limit government role in economy

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PBOC Governor Yi Gang attends a news conference in Beijing
June 07, 2024
Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) - China should deepen reforms to let market forces play a decisive role in the economy while limiting the state's role, Yi Gang, former governor of the People's Bank of China (PBOC), said in remarks published on Friday ahead of a key meeting on reforms.

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