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Growth in the world’s second-largest economy will bottom at the end of the second quarter, and hit about 8 percent for the full year

China will not be absent in global community's effort to beef up the IMF,said central bank vice deputy Zhu Jun.

Exports in the month 15.3 percent in the month to 181.14 billion U.S. dollars, and imports rose 12.7 percent to 162.44 billion, bringing the trade surplus to 18.7 billion

“A potential Grexit will present entirely new challenges to China in the coming months, and the country must avoid complacency over its own exposure”

An interest rate cut is bad for the economy, but a unilateral cut in loan rate is welcomed, Zhang said

China’s official Purchasing Managers’ Index fell significantly to 50.4 in May from April’s 53.3, beating market expectations

A slowdown is inevitable given that China's undergoing a soft landing, but the economic growth is not likely to dip to a 5% or 6% low since there is no substantial bubble

China’s slower growth is likely to weigh on other economies as it would be harder for to sell to the world’s second largest economy

A Republic candidate promised to announce China’s manipulating currency exchange rate on his first day in the White House if elected.

Concerns over China’s slowing growth have intensified after it posted a raft of weak economic data for April.

That came after one day after the Ministry of Finance announced a 8.6 percent year-on-year decline in profits of Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in the first four months this year.

FDI declined 0.74 percent from a year ago to 8.4 billion U.S. dollars this month, today’s data showed, compared with a drop of 6.1 percent in the previous month.

Chinese financial institutions extended 681.8 billion yuan in new loans in April, down from 1.01 trillion yuan in March

China's CPI grew 3.4 percent year-on-year in the month after it picked up last month with a 3.6 increase

China Investment Corp, the nation’s sovereign wealth fund, has stopped purchasing of European debt, though it continues to seek new investment in the continent

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