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The People’s Bank of China said it’ll lower the threshold for companies to be qualified for banks targeted reserve-requirement ratio (RRR) cuts, a move aimed at boosting the impact of a previous easing step as the world's second largest economy is seeing worsening slowdown amid trade tensions with the United States.
Loans to small- and micro-sized enterprises with a credit line of less than 10 million yuan will qualify for RRR cuts, up from the previous standard of 5 million yuan, according to a . . .
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