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China suffers 'natural' slowdown, former IMF deputy chief says

Zhu Min warns additional US tariffs would hurt economy and Asian supply chain

A cargo vessel is unloaded at a port in Shandong Province: China's trade-driven economic growth is suffering a hangover after enjoying a long period of double-digit expansion, a former deputy governor of the People's Bank of China says.   © Reuters

BEIJING -- China's economic slowdown is a "natural" consequence of years of breakneck growth, Zhu Min, a former deputy chief of the International Monetary Fund, told The Nikkei.

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