China second-quarter GDP growth likely to cool

BEIJING – China is expected to report on Monday that its economy grew 6.8 per cent in April-June from a year earlier, cooling from the previous quarter’s robust 6.9 per cent pace as policymakers seek to rein in property and debt risks. Beijing is trying to defuse property bubbles and curb a debt build-up amid […]

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