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Listen: Is China's deleveraging on hold, and what does it mean for commodities?

Sebastian Lewis, S&P Global Platts head of Content for Greater China, talks to Paul Gruenwald, Chief Economist S&P Global, about the impact of the Chinese government's deleveraging programme on the economy and commodities and what recent changes in policy mean for the rest of 2018.