“I wouldn’t say it’s not working, but it’s not as big an impact as people thought,” said Bo Zhuang, an economist at research firm TS Lombard. If Beijing doesn’t dig deeper into its policy tool box, economists predict that growth will gradually trend to the lower end of the official targeted range of 6% to 6.5% for the year. “Domestic demand is anemic,” said TS Lombard’s Mr. Zhuang, who expects 6.1% growth in the second half.
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