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A substantial number of economists in China believe the country's economy faces a very complicated situation this year.
On the domestic front, we have a bearish stock market, a heavily regulated housing market, and declines in investment. On the international stage, the world is still plagued by debt, and protectionism is rising. Do you think these factors will result in the Chinese economy growing at an even slower pace?
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