China will extend two policy tools designed to provide credit support to small and micro-sized companies next year, as it tries to consolidate its economic recovery and counter external challenges.
China will continue with the policy which allows small and micro-sized businesses to postpone principal and interest repayments on inclusive loans in the first quarter of next year, and will extend the policy period appropriately, according to a State Council meeting chaired by Premier Li . . .
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