China Stocks Fall Most in Three Weeks on Bets Yuan Will WeakenBy
Industrial firms, small-cap shares lead losses on mainland
Investors also worried about state fund sell-off: Jinkuang
Chinese stocks dropped the most in three weeks, led by industrial companies and small-cap shares, amid concern that a weaker yuan will limit prospects for further stimulus and state-backed funds will sell shares.
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