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China makes it easier to shut “zombie” companies

China unveiled a new plan on Tuesday to make it easier for companies, including state-owned “zombie” companies, to exit the market in a move to make the economy more efficient. It ruled that local governments are not allowed to provide subsidies or loans to keep “zombie” companies alive.

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