China's Government Debt Will Remain Stable …. If There Is No ShockMani
As China's government debt will edge up modestly to 37.5% of GDP in 2017 and only rise slightly next year, Moody's analysts rate China’s fiscal strength at "Very High." In their April 12 report titled “Fiscal Impulse Larger than Deficit Implies; Credit Impact Depends on Sustainability of Growth,” Marie Diron and colleagues said they believe the general budget alone won’t be sufficient to sustain China’s GDP growth of 6.5%.
China targets a moderate budget deficit of 3% of GDP in 2017 . . .
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