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While China’s years of 10 percent growth may be behind, a stabilization around 8 percent would help counter what the International Monetary Fund last month called an “alarmingly high” risk of a steeper drop in global expansion.

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While China’s years of 10 percent growth may be behind, a stabilization around 8 percent would help counter what the International Monetary Fund last month called an “alarmingly high” risk of a steeper drop in global expansion.
November 02, 2012
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