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Beijing should ease money policy in 2016, says official Chinese think-tank

National Development and Reform Commission urges cutting interest rates and reserve requirement ratio

Beijing

CHINA's economy in 2016 still faces relatively large downward pressure and the speed of economic growth may fall further, said a top planning body's think-tank, recommending more monetary policy easing, the Economic Daily reported on Sunday.

The National Development and

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