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Listen: China's Two Sessions provide positives for oil, metals

At China's latest "Two Sessions," the government did not provide a GDP target for 2020, but it outlined plans to boost infrastructure investment. The big focus this year was on maintaining employment levels and protecting the economy from uncertainties caused by the coronavirus pandemic. What are the implications for the oil and metals markets? Will it be enough to drive consumption?

S&P Global Platts head of metals news and insight for APAC Paul Bartholomew discusses these issues with colleagues senior steel analyst Zhang Jing, senior oil analyst Oceana Zhou, and market insights head for China Sebastian Lewis.

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