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World Bank: China's Economic Growth Expected to Slow Slightly

World Bank experts say China's economic growth is likely to slow slightly to 7.4 percent this year, and to lag even a bit more next year. China is the world's second-largest economy, so changes in its growth rate affect the economies of many nations that sell goods and services there.   Monday's report says outside China, growth will speed up for East Asian nations next year. The experts call for East Asian nations to help growth by cutting barriers to domestic...

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