IMF's Rodlauer Says China Faces Major Challenges

July 18 (Bloomberg) -- Markus Rodlauer, the International Monetary Fund’s mission chief for China and deputy Asia-Pacific director in Washington, talks about the outlook for China's economy. The IMF said risks are increasing that China’s economic growth this year will fall short of the lender’s forecast as it urged the nation to follow through on policy reforms to sustain expansion. Rodlauer speaks with John Dawson on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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04:04 - Amid the hundreds of tents and makeshift shelters of Calais' sprawling migrant camp, a micro economy has emerged. Shops, restaurants and even a nightclub have sprung up, adding a shred of normality to a precarious, and often dangerous, existence. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports.
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