April 24th, 2018 | By Bloomberg News—
China’s leaders are giving their strongest signal since 2015 that growth in the world’s second-largest economy could slow — and that they’re prepared to tweak policy if trade or financial risks threaten a sharp deceleration.
Hard work is needed to meet this year’s economic targets amid an increasingly complicated geopolitical situation, according to a statement released by state media Monday following a Politburo meeting led by President Xi Jinping. Though growth remained robust in the first quarter, forecasters still see the economy slowing this year as trade tensions with the U.S. and the campaign to clean up the financial sector remain as
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