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Eyes on China's next steps as fears of economic hard landing grow

Shanghai

WHEN Chinese Premier Li Keqiang sought to reassure business leaders that the world's second-largest economy can stave off a hard landing, he acknowledged mounting fears of exactly that, and analysts say the adjustment to slower growth will be painful.

Just six months ago,

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