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Despite a rebound in March on government stimulus, weak economic data, like shrinking private investment and worse-than-expected credit growth, continue to weigh on China’s outlook. Beijing is struggling to maintain a 6.5% annual growth rate through 2020 while preventing debt from expanding. The mid-term outlook remains pressured by rising credit, excess industrial capacity and financial sector risks, according to the International Monetary Fund.

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