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CAP: Growth holding up, but on unstable footing

Our China Activity Proxy suggests that economic momentum remains reasonably robust, fuelled by continued gains in manufacturing and a further recovery in services activity. A step-up in fiscal support and new property support measures may continue to drive a cyclical recovery in the near-term. But we expect growth to slow again once the prop from stimulus starts to fade, most likely by year-end.  

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