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Beating trade tensions with domestic growth

Beating trade tensions with domestic growth

China recorded its slowest pace of economic growth in almost 30 years in the second quarter of this year when its gross domestic product (GDP) grew at 6.2 per cent, down from 6.4 per cent in the previous quarter. But this could be due to trade tensions with the US, so Dale Nicholls, manager of Fidelity China Special Situations (FCSS), is less worried.

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