Fitch: China slowdown slower than 2008

Langston, Rob
June 2012
Fundweb;6/22/2012, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that according to rating agency Fitch Ratings Ltd., China is experiencing an economic slowdown, worse than the slowdown of 2008, and it may result in a milder policy response. The agency says that the real gross domestic product (GDP) is expected be 8% in 2012, in comparison to the 10.5% average between 2007 and 2011.


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