China's 2016 Growth May Slow to 6.6 Percent, State Academy Says

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  • Chinese Academy of Social Sciences sees 'slow bull' in stocks
  • PBOC should keep monetary policy 'structurally loose'

China’s economic growth will slow next year to between 6.6 and 6.8 percent and the central bank should continue to apply “structurally loose” monetary policy, according to the country’s top government-backed research organization.

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