In the News: PBOC Easing Policy; P2P Consolidation; and Property Tax Delay

May 20, 2019
| By Marilyn Romero
Central banks is expected to increase easing measures in the financial sector; Industry regulator calls for P2P lenders to register and consolidate; and trade war with the U.S. may cause delay of China’s planned property tax legislation.
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