Author: Xiao Qiang
Overseas political commentator Liang Jing wrote following essay, thanks to Dr. David Kelly for the translation: A very important item of information spread around Beijing’s dining and mahjong tables during Spring Festival this year: Premier Wen Jiabao’s macroeconomic policies had taken an emergency change of course, the tight monetary policy was in fact greatly
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