Premier Li Keqiang sounds upbeat at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin this week. He said the Chinese economy was not heading for a hard landing but did admit to concerns arising from the troubled international environment as well as “long-accumulated, deep-rooted domestic problems” both of which meant “the foundation of a stable Chinese economy is not solid”.
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