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China’s Unlikely to Rebound From Its Slowdown Anytime Soon

  • Retail sales, factory output accelerated; investment held up
  • Economists expect more stimulus if growth headwinds increase
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Robin Xing of Morgan Stanley discusses the nation’s 4Q GDP data, policy easing and his outlook for the economy.(Source: Bloomberg)
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China isn’t set to come to the rescue of a weakening world economy even amid signs policy makers are successfully cushioning some of its slowdown.