中国能避免通缩吗?

北京—在2015年达沃斯世界经济论坛上,中国总理李克强在讲话中成人中国经济面临强大阻力。2014年GDP增长为7.4%,是1990年以来的最低值。但是,为了稳定经济增长,他承诺中国将继续“追求积极的财政政策和审慎的货币政策。”

中国当前的经济减速时政策导致的。在过去两年中,中国政府收紧了财政和货币政策,以期抵消为应对2008年全球金融危机而实施的大规模刺激政策的副作用。李克强的达沃斯讲话意在向世人表明中国经济不会放任增长率进一步下滑。

中国的刺激计划是迄今全世界规模最大、实施最力的。它稳定了中国的增长、缓和了全球经济收缩。但它也给中国经济带来了一些严重问题。

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