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IMF projects India’s growth rate to jump to 12.5% for 2021, stronger than that of China
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IMF projects India’s growth rate to jump to 12.5% for 2021, stronger than that of China

The Washington-based global financial institution said that the Indian economy is expected to grow by 6.9 percent in 2022

China pledges to reduce emission, be carbon neutral by 2060: What you need to know
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China pledges to reduce emission, be carbon neutral by 2060: What you need to know

Xi has previously pledged to increase government support for new technologies while doing more to fight pollution, protect natural resources and expand the country’s national park networks.

China cuts benchmark lending rate to 3.85% from 4.05% for second time this year; move to prop up coronavirus-hit economy
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China cuts benchmark lending rate to 3.85% from 4.05% for second time this year; move to prop up coronavirus-hit economy

The move was the second cut to the lending benchmark rate this year, and the latest reduction in one of China’s key lending rates.

Coronavirus outbreak to hit global growth; to have limited impact on India: RBI governor Shaktikanta Das
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Coronavirus outbreak to hit global growth; to have limited impact on India: RBI governor Shaktikanta Das

The RBI governor said that the coronavirus outbreak appears to be larger than SARS and this time China's share in world GDP and world trade is much higher.

Chinese embassy in Nepal, The Kathmandu Post spar over 'malicious' image accompanying coronavirus op-ed: The story so far
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Chinese embassy in Nepal, The Kathmandu Post spar over 'malicious' image accompanying coronavirus op-ed: The story so far

This is not the first instance in which China's alleged opacity in handling the coronavirus outbreak has been brought into question.

China's handling of coronavirus isn't merely public emergency for Beijing, but also test of diplomatic ties with other nations
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China's handling of coronavirus isn't merely public emergency for Beijing, but also test of diplomatic ties with other nations

As China grapples with the outbreak of the pneumonia-like virus commonly known as coronavirus, Beijing is left to test its diplomatic relations with the world watching its every move.

Easier to shake mountain than to shake China, says Chinese Ambassador Sun Weidong on coronavirus epidemic's impact on economy
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Easier to shake mountain than to shake China, says Chinese Ambassador Sun Weidong on coronavirus epidemic's impact on economy

In a press conference, Sun said China has taken the most comprehensive and rigorous prevention and control measures to win the battle against coronavirus at the earliest, asserting that the country has sufficient resources and policy tools to cope with economic fluctuations

Gold climbs to two-week high as coronavirus fears spark safety buying; outbreak likely to impact China's economy
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Gold climbs to two-week high as coronavirus fears spark safety buying; outbreak likely to impact China's economy

Gold is considered a safe investment during times of political and economic uncertainty.

China's economy slumps to 6.1% in 2019, lowest in 29 years; weak domestic demand, trade war with US take toll on world's second-largest economy
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China's economy slumps to 6.1% in 2019, lowest in 29 years; weak domestic demand, trade war with US take toll on world's second-largest economy

In 2018, China's economy sank to a 28-year low slowing down to 6.6% year on year, lower than the 6.8% growth registered in 2017 as it grappled with the continued slowdown amid the trade war with US and declining exports.

Significant distress in China could spill over to US and global markets, says Federal Reserve; may escalate trade conflict with US
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Significant distress in China could spill over to US and global markets, says Federal Reserve; may escalate trade conflict with US

Some contacts worried about a deterioration in broader US-China relations, rooted in technology and national security issues, said the Fed Reserve report

China's third-quarter GDP growth grinds to near 30-year low of 6% as tariffs hit production
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China's third-quarter GDP growth grinds to near 30-year low of 6% as tariffs hit production

China’s third-quarter economic growth slowed more than expected and to its weakest pace in almost three decades as the bruising U.S. trade war hit factory production, boosting the case for Beijing to roll out fresh support

Donald Trump says no need to strike trade agreement with China before 2020 US presidential elections
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Donald Trump says no need to strike trade agreement with China before 2020 US presidential elections

US president Donald Trump has said he does not feel the need to strike a trade agreement with China before the next year's presidential elections, emphasising that he is looking for a complete and not a 'partial deal' with Beijing

Donald Trump delays tariff hike on Chinese goods as trade talks progress; may meet Xi Jinping to seal pact
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Donald Trump delays tariff hike on Chinese goods as trade talks progress; may meet Xi Jinping to seal pact

In a tweet, he said progress had been made in divisive areas including intellectual property protection, technology transfers, agriculture, services and currency.

IMF warns of global economic 'storm' as growth undershoots; says Sino-US trade tensions make global impact
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IMF warns of global economic 'storm' as growth undershoots; says Sino-US trade tensions make global impact

Last month, the IMF lowered its global economic growth forecast for this year from 3.7 percent to 3.5 percent.

First half of 2019 likely to be volatile, but stronger macros signal positive equity market move
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First half of 2019 likely to be volatile, but stronger macros signal positive equity market move

The rural consumption thesis holds strong for the economy with over 50 percent contribution to India’s GDP and around 50 percent contribution towards consumption.

China Inc's profit growth falls sharply due to funding woes, trade war; bruising of consumer confidence adds pain
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China Inc's profit growth falls sharply due to funding woes, trade war; bruising of consumer confidence adds pain

Easy access to funds had long fueled growth for mainland Chinese firms but a concerted campaign by authorities to rid the financial system of excessive liquidity and rein in an irrational corporate expansion is taking its toll.

China manipulated GDP figures in 2010, says Russian media; research report claims numbers 'doctored by ruling class'
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China manipulated GDP figures in 2010, says Russian media; research report claims numbers 'doctored by ruling class'

China manipulated the GDP figures, and that's how, in 2010, it superseded Japan, the world's second-largest economy, commented the Russian media recently.

Stock market fluctuations: India’s structural story is just beginning to play out; we are still at inflection point
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Stock market fluctuations: India’s structural story is just beginning to play out; we are still at inflection point

The best for the markets is still to come and that India’s structural story is just beginning to play out

China confident of hitting 2018 growth target of around 6.5 percent despite economic slowdown, trade risks
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China confident of hitting 2018 growth target of around 6.5 percent despite economic slowdown, trade risks

China’s economy has already felt the pinch from a multi-year crackdown on riskier lending that has driven up corporate borrowing costs

US to impose 10% tariffs on Chinese exports worth $200 billion from September as part of latest step in 'largest trade war in economic history'
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US to impose 10% tariffs on Chinese exports worth $200 billion from September as part of latest step in 'largest trade war in economic history'

The United States on Tuesday announced it was starting the process to slap 10 percent tariffs on another USD 200 billion in Chinese export goods as soon as September, escalating the trade war between the world's two largest economies.