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IMF calms market fears over China slowdown

Beijing has adequate room for manoeuvre should further policy stimulus become necessary, it says

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The International Monetary Fund on Monday moved to calm growing anxiety over the slowdown in China's economy, saying that developments so far "provide some comfort" that the transition from export-led to domestic demand-driven growth "can be managed".

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THE International Monetary Fund on Monday moved to calm growing anxiety over the slowdown in China's economy, saying that developments so far "provide some comfort" that the transition from export-led to domestic demand-driven growth "can be managed".

At the same time,

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