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10 September 2015 By Peter Thal Larsen

Premier Li Keqiang told China’s version of Davos that growth remains on track. But botched moves in equity and currency markets have dented faith in China’s technocrats. Soothing words no longer cut it. Boosting confidence means enacting overdue reforms and rolling out stimulus.  

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