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Chinese stimulus not enough to prompt a price rally

China’s stimulus spending in 2009 in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) prompted a dramatic recovery in commodity prices. In this Commodities Watch, we discuss the stimulus plans outlined at the National People’s Congress and why they won’t be quite as positive for commodity prices.

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