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China's GDP to grow by 6% this year: IMF chief

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said on Wednesday the institution would lower its 2016 US growth forecast again and called policies that restrict trade "economic malpractice" that would choke off growth.

Shenzhen-HK stock connect to launch soon

The long-awaited Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect is expected to officially launch in early November, HKEx Chief Executive Charles Li Xiaojia said on Wednesday.

PBOC pushes yuan clearing services along Belt and Road

The central bank will continue to make more bilateral currency swap deals, and enlarge the scope and scale of renminbi settlements with countries along the Belt and Road Initiative to cut exchange rate risk and transaction cost for trade and investment, said a senior central bank official on Wednesday.

Nanjing further tightens control on property market

State counselor proposes cooling China's housing market


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Companies interested in bidding for Aussie wind farm

Origin Energy Ltd, the Sydney-based energy producer and retailer, has received expressions of interest from at least five Chinese suitors for the sale of its Australian Stockyard Hill wind farm project, company sources said.


Oh yes, OS key to robots

Yu Zhicheng is convinced operating systems hold the key to making artificial intelligence-enabled robots an important part of people's everyday lives.

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