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China first-quarter growth may dip below 5% as virus spreads - government economist

Reuters India Wednesday, 29 January 2020
China's economic growth may drop to 5% or even lower due to the coronavirus outbreak, possibly pushing policymakers into introduce more stimulus measures, a government economist said in remarks published on Wednesday.
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