IMF: China Faces Significant Growth Risks

The International Monetary Fund said China’s slowing economy faces significant downside risks and relies too much on investment, urging leaders to boost consumption and channel citizens’ savings away from housing.

Putin Turns Down Erdogan's Meeting Request
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