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Is China's stock market meltdown a threat to growth?

Is China's stock market meltdown a threat to growth?

Since hitting a seven-year high in June Chinese stocks have slumped by more than a third, wiping £1.8 trillion off their value. This recent rout is becoming a grave concern for global investors, who fear the panic-selling could destabilise the world's second-largest economy at a time when its growth is already slowing.

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