China's growth slumped to a record low last quarter and it could drop even lower next year, the IMF warnsGet the Full StoryREUTERS Kim Kyung-Hoon
China's economy expanded 6 between July and September, its slowest rate of growth on record.
The IMF said it could slow even further due to trade tensions and political uncertainty.
Tao Zhang, the International Monetary Fund's deputy managing director, warned growth could fall to 5.8 next year in an interview with CNBC.
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China's economy expanded 6 between July and September, its slowest rate of growth on record, and the IMF has warned it could slow even further.
Tao Zhang, the International Monetary Fund's deputy managing director, warned in an interview with CNBC that growth could slow to "5.8 , or any number in that neighborhood, I think is reasonable."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: This is the shortest route for a road trip across the US to see 50 national landmarksSee Also:Why Morgan Stanley thinks the recent trade-war breakthrough could lead overconfident traders into a late-2018-style market meltdownLate Oracle CEO Mark Hurd explained to us one of the unspoken attributes of a great leaderBridgewater throws for 2 TDs, surging Saints top Bears 36-25
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