China’s State Council, the country's cabinet, released a guideline on Wednesday with detailed measures to prop up infrastructure investment, a followup policy of the top leadership's decision back in July to play the infrastructure card again to invigorate the economy that's been struggling with a domestic slowdown and escalating trade tensions with the United States.
China will enlarge the list of key "weak link" projects, referring to areas in infrastructure that need to be improved, step up supporting work and accelerate starts of new projects and make sure projects under construction can be completed with enough funding.
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