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October data suggests further sluggish economic momentum in China. The numbers came in below market expectations. GDP growth is set to be at only 6% y/y in the best case scenario in Q4-2019, after 6% in Q3. READ MORE:
South African Airways' strike will test the government's pledge to stop bailing out out state-owned enterprises.
We have lowered our expectations for India’s GDP growth for the current and next year as the liquidity crisis translates into a crisis of credit and confidence #india
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