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Economists React: As China Growth Concerns Ease, Risks Rise

Chinese government efforts to arrest a slowdown in the economy by expanding credit and fiscal spending seem to have worked, putting the country on track to once again reach this year’s official growth target. The world’s second-largest economy grew at a rate of 6.7% in the third quarter, the same as the previous two quarters, […]
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