China's economy will face

Investor's Business Daily
July 2014
Investors Business Daily;7/15/2014, pA02
China's economy will face headwinds for some time, state TV quoted Premier Li Keqiang as saying. Still, Li called the economy stable and said he was confident that growth would continue. Separately, China has eased currency controls to make it easier for investment firms to set up special-purpose vehicles overseas.


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