China Stocks Fall to Lowest Level Since 2009 on Japan Row, DataWeiyi Lim
China’s stocks slumped, dragging down the benchmark index to the lowest level since February 2009, after a report on manufacturing signaled a contraction and escalating tensions with Japan threatened trade.
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