China’s latest bit to spur consumer spending to counter the effects of falling exports and to stabilise growth has been questioned by analysts due to high and rising household debt combined with an uncertain labour market and income outlook due to the trade war with the United States.The new interministerial body will be responsible for pushing forward plans to upgrade consumption and to study new ways to boost spending, according to the State Council. It will be comprised of 24 ministries,…



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