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China's economy may not have bottomed out yet, analysts suggest

Its growth path could be "L-shaped" with a plateau of stability at the foot of a cliff of falling growth rates

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The IMF is projecting 6.6 per cent real gross domestic product (GDP) growth for the Chinese economy this year compared with the actual growth rate of 6.9 per cent achieved in 2015. Growth is forecast by the IMF to slow further to 6.2 per cent next year.

Tokyo

CHINA'S future growth trajectory could be "L-shaped" - with a plateau of stability at the foot of a cliff of falling growth rates - analysts suggested at a Tokyo symposium which ended on Tuesday. But the foot of the cliff might not have been reached yet, it was suggested.

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