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    China Says 'No Problem,' But Questions Remaini
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    Bernard Shusman
    January 08, 2016 9:51 PM
    The Chinese stock market is closed for the weekend, after a turbulent week in which it took a big hit twice. China's annual economic growth is at the lowest point in many years, but at this week's annual meeting of the National Committee on U.S.-China relations in New York, the atmosphere was “all is right with the world.” VOA’s Bernard Shusman reports.

    China Says 'No Problem,' But Questions Remain

    Published January 08, 2016

    The Chinese stock market is closed for the weekend, after a turbulent week in which it took a big hit twice. China's annual economic growth is at the lowest point in many years, but at this week's annual meeting of the National Committee on U.S.-China relations in New York, the atmosphere was “all is right with the world.” VOA’s Bernard Shusman reports.


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