From US trade tensions to Beijing’s zero-Covid goal, 5 dilemmas facing China’s economy

China is likely to switch its focus to supporting economic growth next year after regulatory crackdowns that encompassed property, education, technology and coal use in 2021, analysts say.The government tightened regulatory oversight this year to reinforce China’s socialist credentials ahead of the Communist Party’s 2022 national congress, step up efforts to rebalance long-term growth, and respond to growing tensions with the United States.However, the crackdown has exposed risks to China’s…


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