China’s Growth Is Still Uneven: HSBC’s Chen

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Jul.19 — Jingyang Chen, Greater China economist at HSBC Holdings Plc, discusses China’s loan prime rate, the country’s economic growth and her outlook for the economy. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”

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