China’s economy would have grown at under 6% in the first quarter of 2015 without a collapse in global commodity prices,The Financial Times reported. “It is quite worrisome,” said Bo Zhuang, a China economist at the consultancy Trusted Sources. “That is why the government’s policies have been much more aggressive [in recent months].” Beijing, which will release its second-quarter GDP estimate next week, has cut interest rates four times since November as part of continued attempts to keep growth steady at about 7%.
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