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xi jinping and other leadershave made it clear that china is willing to accept a slower growth pace if thiswill allow for a more sustainable, consumer-driven expansion of its economy.some prognosticators are quick to conclude that china’s economy will soonsignificantly slow down, especially because china’s economy has sputteredfollowing prior instances when the nation’s leaders have effected suchfundamental economic reforms (such as in 1978 and 1993).
the study relied on a dataset of hundreds of millions of secret answers and millions of account recovery requests.
no.5: what made phelps so happy?
“the first amendment’s free speech protections apply only to violations by public entities, and since harvard is a private university the first amendment does not apply,” she said.
the democratic party's would-be challenger, republican frontrunner donald trump, responded on fox news, accusing clinton of pandering to female voters.
what dangers does the fed present to ems today? one of the biggest risks, says mr koepke, is that it might “get behind the curve” and delay raising rates for too long. this would result not only in a surprisingly big hike when it came, but also a higher terminal interest rate than would otherwise be the case.